Holland & Hart is pleased to announce it has been included in BTI Consulting Group’s latest report “BTI Litigation Outlook 2020: Changes, Trends, and Opportunities for Law Firms,” that notes clients are searching for law firms who understand risk, complexity, and financial exposure. Holland & Hart is recognized as a leader in the areas of employment and commercial litigation.
Identified by corporate counsel as a firm they turn to for their most pressing litigation needs, Holland & Hart was named a “Litigation Standout” in Employment Litigation, placing it among the top 15 firms in the nation to receive this prestigious designation. According to BTI, “Employment Litigation is showing the 2nd biggest gains as wage and hour, discrimination, and equal pay suits gain more traction.” BTI also notes, “Clients are enjoying a continuing stream of innovation on all fronts including work process, staffing, pricing, and technology.” For more detailed information on the 15 best law firms in employment litigation click here.
Holland & Hart’s Employment Litigation team works closely with each employer to define the desired outcome of the dispute, including potential impacts to the workforce and the business. The team handles the full spectrum of employment claims that can be asserted in virtually every forum, including federal and state courts, appellate courts, administrative agencies, regulatory hearings, and alternative dispute resolution settings. The firm’s employment litigators draw on years of employment-focused experience to expose the weaknesses of allegations through discovery.
BTI also named Holland & Hart to the Commercial Litigation Honor Roll of firms serving large clients that corporate counsel rely on. BTI reports that “Commercial Litigation is showing the biggest gains driven by disputes in supply chains, distribution agreements, and disputes arising from joint ventures and related business agreements.”
With over 90 litigators and trial lawyers, Holland & Hart’s Commercial Litigation team is skilled at turning complex business and transactional data into jury-friendly evidence. The practice works closely with expert witnesses from numerous professional disciplines to prepare and present compelling, case-winning testimony. The commercial litigation team has experience representing clients in every forum that handles business disputes—federal, state, trial, appellate, arbitration, and mediation.
The BTI Litigation Outlook 2020 is based on independent research that includes more than 350 in-depth telephone interviews with top legal decision makers at large organizations with $1 billion or more in revenue.