Chambliss Law Firm Earns Standout Ranking In National Litigation Outlook Report

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Ranking nationally among leading law firms, Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. has secured a prominent position in the seventh annual BTI Litigation Outlook 2018: Changes, Trends and Opportunities for Law Firms report. BTI, a nationally known legal consulting firm, recognized Chambliss for its client service in six areas of litigation – class actions, complex employment, everyday employment, product liability, complex commercial and everyday commercial.

 

“This designation is based on exceptional results for our clients achieved through effective and creative advocacy by our litigation team,” said Mike St. Charles, managing shareholder of Chambliss. “We partner with our clients to develop successful litigation strategies. This recognition is based on their feedback and is a great honor.”

 

Based on in-depth interviews with more than 350 leading legal decision makers at the world’s largest companies, the BTI Litigation Outlook 2018 provides a meticulous analysis of client spending goals, priorities, and needs, along with unbiased client feedback on more than 650 individual law firms. Conducted between Feb. 20 and July 3, 2017, data from this year’s interviews was combined with surveys taken over the past 18 years for a comprehensive look at the litigation market from the viewpoint of more than 4,800 corporate counsel clients. 

 

Along with this year’s recognition as a leading client choice in litigation, Chambliss has been previously named by BTI for its consistent all-star client service, outstanding client relationships and brand strength, among others. Conducting industry research for more than 25 years, BTI Consulting Group employs a research team of legal industry experts and analysts specializing in statistics, survey technique, and analytical methodologies.

 



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