Clients Honor BoyarMiller in BTI Power Rankings 2017 Independent Report; Cites Firm as Having “Strongest Client Relationships” in Energy Industry, Again

HOUSTON (July 27, 2017) – An independent report cites BoyarMiller among law firms with the strongest client relationships in the energy industry based on in-depth telephone interviews with legal decision makers.

For the second consecutive year, since BTI Research began its annual power rankings, BoyarMiller has been recognized as a firm whose clients consider their “go-to” law firm and the one they recommend first in the energy industry. The research is independent and unbiased; no law firm or organization other than BTI sponsors this study.

“This recognition is such an appreciated and valued testimonial, as well as unsolicited, from our energy clients,” said BoyarMiller Chairman Chris Hanslik. “It is also an endorsement of our core values and the way we work to impact our clients’ businesses and focus on their success. We are thrilled they know we are driven to support them—through the cyclical nature of the energy industry—with our collective experience.”

The just-released BTI Power Rankings 2017 is a comprehensive analysis of client relationships trends data from more than 4,000 corporate counsel client interviews conducted over the span of 17 years.

The BoyarMiller energy team providing corporate and litigation work includes Chris HanslikBill Boyar, Gary Miller, Steve Kesten, Matt Veech, Gus Bourgeois, Blake Royal, Philip Dunlap, Andrew Pearce, Lawrence Wilson and David Stockel.

 

 

About BoyarMiller

BoyarMiller is a Houston-based law firm comprised of two practice groups: business and litigation. The business group serves multinational companies, middle-market businesses and entrepreneurs in need of collaborative and strategic representation. The litigation group represents organizations of all sizes, from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies, seeking to resolve complex business issues and employment disputes. See www.boyarmiller.com for more information.