CSG Law Earns Fourth Place Ranking Among State’s Large Companies in NJBIZ 2022 Best Places to Work Ranking

Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC (CSG Law) is pleased to announce that it has once again been selected for inclusion among the NJBIZ Best Places to Work in New Jersey, this year ranking fourth on the large company list. CSG Law was also the highest ranked law firm on this year’s list.

The recognition follows yet another milestone year for the firm – which celebrated its 50th anniversary and expanded its presence through the addition of more than 60 professionals this year. Earlier this year, CSG Law was recognized as a Regional Powerhouse by Law360, and in 2021 the was named the Law Firm of the Year by the New Jersey Law Journal.

“Celebrating its 50th anniversary, Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi PC is entering a pivotal time in its history,” NJBIZ said in the ranking announcement. “The firm continues to grow, expanding client offerings through the acquisition of talented attorneys and staff. As a result, it is developing an expanded state-of-the-art headquarters, which will be unveiled this year. CSG Law has earned accolades for its ongoing commitment to its clients, employees, and local community, having been recognized as the New Jersey Law Firm of the Year and Top Reader Ranked Law Firm, both in 2021.”

The Best Places to Work program is conducted by Best Companies Group, who evaluates companies based on a variety of factors including workplace culture, policies and benefits. As part of the two-step process, employers complete an in-depth questionnaire and employees have the opportunity to offer honest feedback by taking part in a confidential survey. The employee survey accounts for 75% of the scoring.

To view the full 2022 NJBIZ Best Places to Work in New Jersey roster, please click here. The large company list is provided below.

A link to a video we created to celebrate this ranking is available here.

Visit csglaw.com/award-methodology for additional details on the selection process for the above-mentioned recognitions.