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February 16, 2018

Benchmark Litigation Names Preti Flaherty 2018 “Maine Firm of the Year”

For the fifth time in six years, Benchmark Litigation has named Preti Flaherty as Litigation Firm of the Year in the State of Maine. The Benchmark Awards honor distinguished litigators and law firms in all 50 states and 10 practice areas for outstanding performance in the previous year.

The 2018 U.S. Awards were held on February 16 at the Pierre Hotel in New York. Preti Flaherty attorneys Tim Bryant, Peter Callaghan, Greg Moffett, and Ben Piper were in attendance to receive the award before a capacity crowd that featured representatives from 40 states and nearly 100 private practice law firms.

With its exclusive focus, Benchmark Litigation represents one of the most respected guides to leading litigation attorneys and firms in America. Preti Flaherty currently ranks as Highly Recommended in Maine, with five attorneys listed as Local Litigation Stars and two as Future Stars. The firm is also a past winner of Litigation Firm of the Year in the State of New Hampshire.

Pictured below: Preti Flaherty attorneys Ben Piper, Tim Bryant, Peter Callaghan, and Greg Moffett.

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