Partner Edwin Keller and Kamer Zucker Abbott Receive 2013 Client Choice Awards For Excellent Client Service

Volume 12, Issue 2
March 6, 2013

Please help us to congratulate KZA partner Edwin A. Keller, Jr., who was recently announced as the 2013 Client Choice Award winner for employment & labor in Nevada by the International Law Office and Lexology.  Kamer Zucker Abbott is also proud to announce its receipt of the 2013 Client Choice Award for Firm of the Year in Nevada. Established in 2005 by International Law Office ("ILO"), a leading online resource for corporate counsel around the world, the Client Choice Awards recognize those partners and law firms that stand apart for the excellent client care they provide.  Award recipients are selected for their ability to add real value to their clients' business above and beyond others in the market utilizing an evaluation process that includes interviews of clients who rate candidates as to their: quality of legal advice; value for money; commercial awareness; effective communication; billing transparency; tailored fee structures; response time; sharing of expertise; and use of technology.  In partnership with Lexology, a widely-read legal newsfeed service for in-house counsel, ILO recently broadened its Client Choice Awards program to recognize partners and law firms in the United States and Canada by specific practice area and state/province.  This year, 222 individual partners in 33 US states and four Canadian provinces, along with 47 firms in 43 states and four provinces were selected to receive Client Choice Awards from a pool of more than 2,000 client assessments.  A complete list of winners is available in the Client Choice Guide - USA & Canada 2013.  Mr. Keller and all of the attorneys and staff at KZA would like to express their appreciation to those clients and in-house counsel surveyed as part of the Client Choice Awards program.

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