In Survey, General Counsel Name Reinhart's Schlinsog a Client Service All-Star

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MILWAUKEE – Reinhart Litigation Chair Allen C. Schlinsog, Jr. has been named a 2016 BTI Client Service All-Star in a survey of general counsel conducted by The BTI Consulting Group.

Along with his Client Service All-Star designation, Schlinsog was also recently named one of seven "Favorite Product Liability Attorneys" in a survey conducted by BTI with general counsel across the country. According to the general counsel polled, the seven product liability professionals named "embodied the necessary brain power better than anyone else in the business."

The Client Service All-Star recognition is the result of over 320 in-depth, independent interviews with legal decision makers at large organizations with $1 billion or more in revenue. Client Service All-Stars are solely nominated by clients based on several factors, including superior client focus, innovative thought leadership, unmatched business understanding, outsized value, legal skills and outstanding results.

The only way to become a BTI Client Service All-Star is for corporate counsel to single out an attorney for client service exceeding all others. No attorney can lobby to be added to list, there is no self-submission process and law firms cannot provide names of clients to be contacted.

The BTI Consulting Group is a well-respected, independent research firm that surveys and benchmarks how Fortune 1000 companies acquire, manage and evaluate their professional service providers.

Schlinsog's practice focuses primarily on the defense of complex product liability claims involving regulated products, including those in the mining, pharmaceutical and medical device industries. Over the course of his career, he has gained considerable experience in significant class actions, product liability and mass tort proceedings. As national counsel for several clients, Schlinsog regularly appears in state and federal courts across the country in catastrophic injury, class action and mass tort cases.


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