Washington, DC (July 13, 2017) – Venable LLP is pleased to announce that for the second consecutive year it has been recognized for its strong client relationships in the pharmaceutical industry, in BTI Consulting Group's Industry Power Rankings 2017: The Law Firms with the Best Client Relationships in 18 Industries
. The firm was noted as a "Clientopia Standout" by BTI, which designates firms that clients consider to be "core, go-to firms" for them and that they recommend most to their peers. According to BTI, industry-specific knowledge, including the foresight needed to know where the industry is headed, is a critical component for firms to be recognized.
Venable is well known for its defense of pharmaceutical manufacturers and has one of the most active and respected product liability practices in the country. The firm's pharmaceutical practice comprises nationally known litigators, attorneys with experience in food and drug and healthcare law, intellectual property attorneys with advanced science degrees, and attorneys and senior policy advisors who provide counsel on policy issues.
The BTI Industry Power Rankings is the only law firm ranking based solely on direct, unprompted feedback from in-depth interviews with more than 950 corporate counsel at the world's leading organizations. Law firms are ranked in 18 industries based on the strength of their client relationships.
Venable LLP is an American Lawyer Global 100 law firm headquartered in Washington, DC that serves as primary counsel to a worldwide clientele of large and mid-sized organizations, nonprofits, and high-net-worth entrepreneurs and individuals. With over 600 attorneys in nine offices across the country, including California, Delaware, Maryland, New York, Virginia, and Washington, DC, the firm strategically advances its clients’ business objectives in the U.S. and around the globe. Venable advises clients on a broad range of business and regulatory law, legislative affairs, complex litigation, and the full range of intellectual property disciplines.