Corporate Counsel Rank Miller & Martin To Honor Roll For Law Firms

For Best Client Relationships

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

BTI Consulting Group announced Wednesday that Miller & Martin PLLC has been named to the Honor Roll for law firms with the best client relationships in the insurance industry in its most recent report, the BTI Client Relationship Scorecard, 2014.

The BTI Client Relationship Scorecard draws on more than 300 corporate counsel in-depth telephone surveys to share insights on legal spending, key issues they are facing and their relationships with law firms. BTI quantified and analyzed these interviews to determine precisely which law firms have the strongest and most plentiful client relationships. The BTI Client Relationship Scorecard is the 13th annual study of leading corporate counsel. 

Miller & Martin has been recognized by BTI for other client service rankings in the past, having made the BTI Client Service A-Team list in 2014 and 2013 and the BTI Brand Elite list in 2013. Miller & Martin attorneys Shelby Grubbs and Jimmy Daniel were named as BTI Client Service All-Stars in 2011, an elite recognition that only 318 other lawyers from firms across the United States share. 

The BTI Consulting Group, Inc. is a Boston-based research company and management consulting firm and a supplier of information to the legal services industry.


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