Anyone else get this GT press release the other day:
Greenberg Traurig has been selected as the best corporate law firm in Miami by directors serving on boards of publicly traded companies, for the seventh consecutive year. The results were published in Corporate Board Member magazine’s annual Legal Industry Research Study, sponsored by FTI Consulting.
Greenberg Traurig was recognized during the first annual Corporate Board Member/FTI Legal Recognition Dinner held in New York City on June 19.
"We are proud that this recognition comes from clients and other knowledgeable consumers of legal services, who understand and value the experience and commitment that it takes to succeed in a constantly changing legal and regulatory environment. It is especially gratifying that we have been able to maintain this status for seven years, in good times and bad, which demonstrates our ability to adapt to the needs of the market and our clients," said Gary Epstein, chair of Greenberg Traurig’s national corporate practice. "We share this recognition with the other Greenberg Traurig corporate lawyers in South Florida, with whom we work on a regular basis, and, in a broader sense, with the entire national corporate practice group, whose resources are always available to us."
The 60-plus attorneys in Greenberg Traurig’s corporate and securities practice in South Florida represent both public and privately-held clients in a wide range of industries and in transactions ranging from multi-billion dollar acquisitions to private equity transactions as well as public and private offerings of securities.
Ok, we get it dude. Don't try so hard.