Los Angeles, CA — February 3, 2014
Lee Tran & Liang LLP (LTL) announces that it was selected to the National Law Journal Litigation Boutiques Hot List. After a rigorous selection process LTL was selected as one of 10 litigation boutiques across the country, for the outstanding results it achieved in 2013 as well as the high-profile matters it currently handles.
The NLJ observes, “At the 10 law firms spotlighted here, it’s all about skill, not size. The lawyers at these litigation shops, all of which have fewer than 51 attorneys, are as clever at practicing on paper as they are at wooing a jury.” With respect to LTL, the NLJ notes that the firm’s “string of successes grew a lot longer” in 2013, and “…the firm has developed a solid reputation for wins in intellectual property, commercial disputes and employment law…” – The National Law Journal, February 3, 2014.
“We are truly honored and humbled to be selected to this list,” said firm managing partner James Lee. “We owe this accolade to the incredible support and trust our clients have placed in us in handling some of their most significant matters, and the equally amazing contribution from our attorneys and staff. We will strive to continue to achieve the results our clients deserve.”
This is the latest in a series of accolades LTL received in recent months. As announced in late 2013, the firm received the 2013 Minority-Owned Law Firm Client Service Award from the California Minority Counsel Program (CMCP). Several LTL clients, including Fortune 500 companies, strongly supported the firm’s nomination by praising the firm’s outstanding service and results-oriented approach.