Bradley Named Benchmark Litigation's 2020 Tennessee Litigation Firm of the Year

Firm News, Accolade

Bradley is pleased to announce that Benchmark Litigation has named the firm its 2020 Tennessee Litigation Firm of the Year. The firm was honored Feb. 27 at the annual awards dinner in New York.

Bradley was one of three finalists for the award, which recognizes litigation firms in each state based on the significance of their representations. The firm also was a finalist for Alabama and Mississippi Litigation Firm of the Year. The state honors are part of the eighth annual Benchmark Litigation U.S. Awards, with nominees chosen based upon research conducted between March and November 2019. Benchmark Litigation determines its annual rankings through peer reviews and case examinations.

“We are delighted that Benchmark Litigation recognizes Bradley as Tennessee Litigation Firm of the Year,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters. “We are proud how all our litigation attorneys across the firm continue to deliver our clients with strategic counsel and skill, in and out of the courtroom.”  

“Our Nashville-based lawyers are honored to be so highly regarded for our litigation and other legal services to our clients,” said Bradley Nashville Office Managing Partner Lela Hollabaugh. “This recognition keeps raising the bar not only for our litigation work throughout Tennessee, but in all of Bradley’s offices.”

It was announced in October 2019 that 52 Bradley partners across all the firm’s offices were recognized in the 2020 edition of Benchmark Litigation, which also listed Bradley as a “Tier 1” firm for Product Liability in the United States. A leading guide to litigation firms and attorneys in the United States and Canada and the only publication that exclusively covers the litigation and disputes market in the United States, Benchmark Litigation “highly recommended” Bradley in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, and “recommended” the firm in North Carolina.

Nearly half of Bradley’s nearly 550 attorneys are litigators who represent clients in litigation and arbitration in every U.S. state and in every federal district and appellate court across the country, as well as internationally. The attorneys handle matters in nearly every substantive area of business law and in a wide range of industries, including high-stakes and complex cases.