Taft Named in Top 10 Percent of Law Firms for Client Service by BTI Consulting in Annual Rankings
CINCINNATI, OHIO – Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP announced today that it has been recognized by its clients in the top 100 in client service among law firms in BTI Consulting’s 2011 BTI Client Service A-Team rankings. Taft’s ranking was published in the 10th annual The BTI Client Service A-Team 2011: The Survey of Law Firm Client Service Performance, which is the only law firm ranking based on direct, unprompted feedback from corporate counsel.
Taft’s ranking was compiled by interviews with approximately 300 corporate counsel at Fortune 1000 companies, placing the firm’s customer service in the top 10 percent of all law firms serving the world’s largest organizations.
The BTI Client Service A-Team evaluates individual law firm performance through the eyes of the client. No law firms influence the results, submit nominations or provide client names. The research is independent and unbiased. The client decides which law firms are best at the 17 activities driving superior client relationships.
At Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, delivering outstanding legal performance to help clients succeed is what drives and motivates its more than 300 attorneys and legal professionals every day. Taft has offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus and Dayton, Ohio; Indianapolis, Indiana; Northern Kentucky; Phoenix, Arizona; and Beijing, China. The firm practices across a wide range of industries, in virtually every area of law, including: Business and Finance, Litigation, Labor and Employment, Intellectual Property, Bankruptcy, Restructuring and Creditors' Rights, Environmental, Health and Life Sciences; Personal Services; Real Estate and Tax law. With a proven track record of experience since 1885, Taft offers breadth and depth of legal knowledge coupled with a trusted business perspective, helping its clients, big and small, regionally, nationally and internationally, in reaching their goals.
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