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The Complex Employment Litigation Powerhouses and Outlook for 2019

By October 24, 2018No Comments

Employment Litigation will effectively stay even with 2018 spending. Although, the faster growth is in the large and complex matters. Clients are paying more for these larger assignments. Clients report continued need in the less complex segment of the market as well. Clients want to be able to manage their complex cases while managing the everyday work under alternative fees and delivery structure. Look for opportunities in Banking, Energy, Financial Services, and 4 other industries. 

You can learn more details about the best opportunities, how client expectations are changing, and the 79 law firms clients recognize most in Complex Employment Litigation in the just released BTI Litigation Outlook 2019.

You can also learn why clients recognize 5 firms as Complex Employment Powerhouses—and 21 firms as Complex Employment Standouts. Please join me in congratulating the Powerhouses and Standouts.


  • Gibson Dunn

  • Jones Day

  • Kirkland & Ellis

  • Morgan Lewis

  • Reed Smith


  • Baker Botts

  • Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott

  • Carlton Fields

  • Day Pitney

  • Debevoise & Plimpton

  • Dentons

  • DLA Piper

  • Duane Morris

  • Hogan Lovells

  • King & Spalding

  • Latham & Watkins

  • Mayer Brown

  • McGuireWoods

  • Norton Rose Fulbright

  • O’Melveny

  • Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs

  • Pillsbury

  • Sidley

  • Sullivan & Cromwell

  • Troutman Sanders

  • Weil

Learn more about the firms clients singled out for Complex Employment Litigation prowess in the newly released BTI Litigation Outlook 2019.

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