DLA Piper is pleased to announce that BTI Consulting Group has recognized six of its attorneys for providing superior service to clients in its 16th annual BTI Client Service All-Stars report. BTI selected just 319 lawyers from 160 firms around the world as 2017 honorees.
This year's list includes James M. Brogan (Philadelphia), partner and co-chair of the firm's US Litigation practice; Loren H. Brown (New York), partner in the firm's Litigation practice; Jason W. Levin (Chicago) and Kathleen Smith Ruhland (Minneapolis), both partners in the Corporate practice; Michael J. Sheehan (Chicago), partner in the Employment practice; and senior counsel Stanley J. Adelman (Chicago), who devotes his time exclusively to pro bono matters.
Brogan was one of 54 attorneys to receive the additional honor of being named a BTI Client Service All-Star MVP. These attorneys have been recognized for their service to clients for two or more consecutive years.
Attorneys must be nominated for the BTI Client Service All-Stars
report by corporate counsel. The honorees share six traits, according to BTI: superior focus on the client's needs, exceptional understanding of the client's business, excellent legal skills, efficient and value-added service, innovative thought leadership and outstanding results.