Recognition comes one month after the firm won the Chambers Client Service Award for Product Liability and Mass Torts

Washington, DC – July 7, 2016 – The BTI Consulting Group released its BTI Power Rankings 2016: The Law Firms with the Best Client Relationships, highlighting the select few law firms with especially strong client relationships that help them stand out among their competitors. Venable was named one of the top 10 firms in the country for its strength and commitments in the pharmaceutical industry.

Firms with the strongest client relationships, known as "Clientopia Leaders" by BTI, are the firms that are both "core, go-to firms" and the most recommended to their peers. According to BTI, industry-specific knowledge, including the foresight to know where the industry is headed, is a critical component for firms to be recognized.

This latest recognition of Venable's ongoing commitment to client service comes a month after the firm won the coveted Chambers USA Client Service Award for Product Liability and Mass Torts. The Chambers Client Service Award recognizes firms that have been consistently singled out by clients during the course of Chambers' research for the quality and range of their client service.

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.


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