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Smith Moore Leatherwood Recognized by BTI Consulting Group Brand Elite 2016

Smith Moore Leatherwood Recognized by BTI Consulting Group Brand Elite 2016

May 2, 2016

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP has been included in BTI Consulting Group's Brand Elite 2016, which recognizes the top firms in the country for their reputation or brand. According to the report, BTI Brand Elite 2016: Client Perceptions of the Best-Branded Law Firms, Smith Moore Leatherwood stood out for its innovation and earned a place on BTI's Honor Roll of Value-Driving Firms.

The reportincludes the results of extensive interviews with more than 600 corporate counsel at the world's largest and most influential companies on nine key factors that differentiate law firms, including innovation in services and technology, client recommendations, accomplishments in client work, value drivers, and more.

"We are honored that our clients feel that our firm continues to live up to its reputation of excellent work at a great value," said Julie Earp, Managing Partner.

About The BTI Consulting Group, Inc.
BTI is the leading provider of strategic research to law firms and general counsel.  For the past 20 years, BTI has conducted syndicated market research about client service, market direction and client satisfaction.  BTI's work spans 13 different professions, helping clients learn best practices from world-class firms in virtually all professional service industries.

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