Bradley Ranked Tier 1 Nationally for Product Liability and Recall, 5 Attorneys Ranked Nationally as Litigation Stars in 2021 Benchmark Litigation

Press Release, Awards & Recognition

Bradley is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked nationally as a Tier 1 firm for Product Liability and Recall in the 2021 edition of Benchmark Litigation. In addition, Bradley partners Leigh Anne Hodge, Lela Hollabaugh, Kimberly Martin, Craig Mayfield and Tripp Haston were recognized as National Practice Area Stars for Product Liability.

“We are proud of this national recognition from Benchmark Litigation, which is directly attributable to the success that our attorneys have achieved on behalf of our clients,” said Hodge, who serves as Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group Leader. “We are very fortunate to have some of the nation’s top trial attorneys who all have vast experience litigating in the most challenging jurisdictions in the country.”

“No other nationally ranked firm in either Tier 1 or Tier 2 had more individual Litigation Stars recognized or had as many female Litigation Stars recognized for Product Liability,” added Haston, who chairs Bradley’s Life Sciences Litigation team and co-chairs Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group. “This is a signature recognition of the breadth and depth of our group’s talent and proof of our success in working as a team.”

A leading guide to litigation firms and attorneys in the United States and Canada, Benchmark Litigation determines rankings through peer reviews and case examinations. Benchmark Litigation is the only publication that focuses exclusively on U.S. litigation.

Bradley’s Litigation Practice Group is the firm’s largest practice and includes almost half of the firm’s nearly 550 attorneys who represent clients in litigation and arbitration in every U.S. state and federal district court across the country, as well as internationally. Attorneys handle matters in nearly every substantive area of business law and in a wide range of industries, including high-stakes and complex cases.