Pittsburgh-based law firm Cohen & Grigsby recently announced its inclusion in the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell's 2016 U.S. Top Ranked Law Firms as featured in Fortune magazine.
The list of top-ranking law firms is featured in a special section of Fortune’s 2016 Investor's Guide and online editions of Fortune.com and Law.com. Cohen & Grigsby is one of only 2,510 law firms in the U.S. to be named to the list. Eligibility standards are rigorous: firms’ individual attorneys must have demonstrated high ratings in both legal capability and ethical standards.
Martindale-Hubbell oversees a peer review process that takes into account anonymous feedback from bar members and judiciary bodies.
Cohen & Grigsby P.C., established in 1981, consists of over 130 attorneys and operates offices in Pittsburgh and in Naples, Florida. The company practices in the areas of general business and litigation; labor, employment, employee benefits and ERISA; immigration and international business; intellectual property, real estate and public finance; estates and trusts; bankruptcy and creditors rights; and public affairs.
Cohen & Grigsby prides itself on outstanding customer service and a spirit of partnership with its clients. It represents both privately and publicly held entities, nonprofits, multinational corporations, individuals and a wide range of emerging businesses.
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