BTI Industry Power Rankings 2017

    By Manufacturing & Distribution

    BTI Consulting Group recently published the second edition of the BTI Industry Power Rankings 2017: The Law Firms With the Best Client Relationships. Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. was recognized by clients for its unparalleled client relationships and was named to the Honor Roll of Core Firms in Manufacturing and to the Honor Roll of Recommended Firms in Manufacturing. Both honors demonstrate that Kaufman & Canoles is among the top 20% of law firms serving the manufacturing industry based on BTIs in-depth interviews of more than 950 top legal decision makers of companies earning $1 billion or more in revenue.

    BTI is the leading provider of strategic research to the legal community. BTI Industry Power Rankings is the only law firm ranking based solely on direct and unprompted feedback from corporate counsel.BTIs interviews focused on 18 industries and divided the results into two shortlists per industry: Core Firms and Recommended Firms. Core Firms have the best opportunity to represent clients on their most important legal matters. Recommended Firms have the honor of being the unprompted response when a client is asked, “Which law firm would you recommend?”According to BTI, the average large organization utilizes 37 different law firms to help manage their legal needs, and 15 of those firms are considered core. Additionally, BTIs research has found that nearly 60% of corporate legal decision makers will hire a law from an unprompted recommendation from a peer.

    Kaufman & Canoles Manufacturing & Distribution Team, led by Stephen E. Story and L. Scott Seymour, was formed to deliver innovative leadership to help our clients grow in this cornerstone of the world economy. From product inception to final sale, and beyond, the team provides counsel and support every step of the way.

    The Manufacturing & Distribution Team includes attorneys with extensive knowledge in real estate and site selection, technology and software licensing, supply chain management (including credit applications, terms of sale and terms of purchase), distribution agreements, trademarks, corporate governance, OSHA audits, workplace safety and other employment issues, and tax planning and dispute issues.

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