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Verrill Recognized by Clients for Superior Client Service for Sixth Consecutive Year in BTI Rankings

December 19, 2019 Press Releases

(December 19, 2019) – Verrill has been recognized by its clients for providing superior client service, including as a standout in both investing in client relationships and in client-facing communication, in the new BTI Client Service A-Team 2020 report.

“Providing our clients with superior service has always been a top priority at Verrill,” said K.C. Jones, Managing Partner at Verrill. “We are committed to not only providing value to our clients through quality service and cost-effective solutions, but also through additional resources, training, and programming that can help our clients succeed.”

Included in BTI’s newest Client Service A-Team report, Verrill was singled out by clients as one of the best law firms for client service. The rankings were determined through in-depth feedback from more than 350 legal decision-makers who provided direct, unprompted feedback and evaluated performance across 17 activities identified as driving superior client relationships.

Verrill has been recognized by clients in the BTI’s A-Team and Power Rankings for six consecutive years.

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