Herrick Litigation Partner Ronald J. Levine Named a Client Service All-Star by BTI Consulting
Herrick, Feinstein LLP is pleased to announce that corporate counsel have named litigation partner Ronald J. Levine to BTI Consulting's 2015 Client Service All-Star list, an independent and unbiased list which recognizes attorneys who provide the absolute best client service to large corporations.
Ron was one of only 125 litigators in the entire U.S., and one of only six New Jersey-based attorneys named to the prestigious list.
To compile the results, nearly 320 interviews were conducted with general counsels and key legal decision makers from 16 industries, with average company revenue of $17.5 billion, according to BTI. In doing so, BTI identified the six common traits of a Client Service All-Star – superior client focus, innovative thought leadership, unmatched business understanding, legal skills, outsized value and outstanding results.
At Herrick, Ron is the co-chair of Herrick's litigation department, which was recently named a commercial litigation powerhouse in BTI Consulting's Litigation Outlook 2015. In that report Herrick was named to the honor roll in two categories – complex commercial litigation and routine commercial litigation – an honor reserved for the highest-performing 10% of the 160+ law firms examined in the study.
Ron has more than 30 years of experience in complex corporate litigation, with a particular focus on class action defense in the consumer products field, where he has successfully defended and resolved consumer fraud and breach of warranty actions brought against leading products manufacturers in New Jersey and New York. He also regularly advises clients on social media strategies and crisis management and prevention.
"Most attorneys are focused on building out the expertise and practice capabilities needed to tackle every client need," according to BTI. "Relatively few focus on delivering the absolute best client service. The 354 attorneys in this report are the individuals clients…turn to first."