Clients Speak: Litigation Powerhouses and Standout Law Firms

Complex work drives corporate counsel to use law firms they know and trust—and can sell to their leadership with little debate. The Powerhouse and Standout firms found in the links below are the ones corporate counsel tell us they are currently turning to most for their pressing litigation needs.

The Securities and Finance Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why They Get Hired:
When it comes to complex, high-stakes litigation, most corporate counsel hire firms with a deep knowledge of their business and industry.

The IP Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why They Get Hired:
Clients look for law firms who are their trusted partner, i.e., the first to provide them with high-value tools and guidance before an IP litigation matter hits.

The Commercial Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why They Get Hired:
Law firms helping corporate counsel better manage their litigation portfolio and activities have the opportunity to get first crack at the commercial matters.

The Product Liability Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why They Get Hired:
Firms approaching clients and potential clients with a bundle of service offerings to help them manage all aspects of a potential liability lawsuit have the best opportunity to establish a presence.

The Employment Litigation Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why They Get Hired:
Uncertainty in the market means opportunity for law firms as companies now, more than ever, are in need of guidance of their long-standing policies and procedures.

The Class Actions Outlook: The Powerhouse and Standout Law Firms

Why They Get Hired:
The law firms winning this premium work proactively establish trusted relationships to get in with clients long before the issues come to a head.

Learn more about how your firm can take advantage of the trends in the litigation market—as well as how client behavior and spending is changing for 2017—and what your firm can do to adapt, in the new BTI Litigation Outlook 2017: Changes, Trends and Opportunities for Law Firms, available now.