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Corporate Counsel Survey: Marshall Dennehey Cited as a Top Law Firm in Torts Litigation For Second Consecutive Year

November 21, 2014

For the second consecutive year, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin was cited among the top law firms Fortune 500 companies call upon for torts litigation, according to the results of Corporate Counsel's annual survey, "Who Represents America's Biggest Companies? Firms were chosen based on data obtained through surveys sent to General Counsel at Fortune 500 companies and through public record research in various legal databases.

This year, Marshall Dennehey was cited as the #2 firm in the Torts Litigation category; in 2013 the firm was ranked #1. According to the results, clients that provided feedback on Marshall Dennehey per the survey process included Coca-Cola, BestBuy, Lockheed Martin and Staples, among others.

"We are honored to be recognized among the top contenders in the torts litigation category for the second year in a row," said Tom Brophy, Marshall Dennehey's president & CEO. The Fortune 500 companies are sophisticated purchasers of legal services, so if they’re using our firm it must mean we're pretty good at what we do."

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Thomas A. Brophy
President & CEO
(215) 575-2748
tabrophy@mdwcg.com

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