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In the 2012 edition of Benchmark Litigation, Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel was named in the top tier of litigation firms in New York for commercial litigation, intellectual property and white collar crime. Partners Barry H. Berke, Nicholas L. Coch, Michael J. Dell, Gary P. Naftalis and Harold P. Weinberger were recognized as "Local Litigation Stars." In rating the firm, the edition states that the firm "has garnered a solid reputation for its portfolio of general commercial litigation, white-collar enforcement, and intellectual property matters, at the trial and appellate levels." Mr. Naftalis was highlighted by clients and peers as a litigator that "everybody knows...and what's more, everybody likes..." Mr. Berke was observed by peers as “becoming the go-to guy for white-collar trial work.” Mr. Dell earned "resounding praise", and Mr. Weinberger was cited for his "deftness" in dealing with false advertising and Lanham Act cases, with specific mention of his victory on behalf of PBM Products against Mead Johnson, which resulted in one of the largest false advertising verdicts ever.