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CHARLESTON, WV -

Jackson Kelly has been named to The BTI Client Service A-Team for delivering superior client service, the third year the firm has earned the honor.

BTI says the report only includes those law firms clients recognized as best in the 17 activities proven to drive superior client service. The comprehensive analysis used to determine the BTI Client Service A-Team is based on objective client feedback, they said.

Jackson Kelly had also received the honor in 2012 and 2013, and was named by ALM as a 2014 Go-To Law Firm for the Top 500 Companies in the U.S. 

This year, Jackson Kelly also appeared as "Who Represents Corporate America" in Corporate Counsel magazine for exceptional work for the Fortune 500 in key litigation areas, including contracts, labor, torts and employment law. Nominees were chosen via a blend from an ALM national survey of General Counsel from the top 500 Companies coupled with in-depth research and analysis of various public filings and resources.

Jackson Kelly has offices in Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia as well as West Virginia.