Dinsmore Partner Alan Abes Named 2022 BTI Client Service All-Star

February 8, 2022News Releases

Dinsmore Partner Alan Abes Named 2022 BTI Client Service All-StarAlan Abes, a partner at Dinsmore & Shohl LLP and co-chair of the firm’s commercial litigation practice group, has been named to the 2022 BTI Client Service All-Stars list.

To compile its annual list, BTI Consulting Group interviewed more than 350 corporate counsel with Fortune 1,000 and large organizations to research law firm relationships. While collecting the information, BTI received unprompted feedback from clients on 565 outstanding attorneys, all of whom are included on this year’s All-Stars list.

Alan Abes has been named to the 2022 BTI Client Service All-Stars list

“I appreciate the opportunity to partner with such great clients,” said Abes. “It is an honor to know that they trust me to help navigate their challenges.”

As part of the unsolicited comments, clients commended Abes for his “great outcomes on a variety of litigation matters,” adding, “He is always available.”

Abes, who works out of the firm’s Cincinnati office, is the sixth Dinsmore attorney to be honored as a BTI All-Star. The firm was named to BTI’s 2020, and 2017 A-Teams (its annual list of elite law firms for client service). In addition, Dinsmore ranked among the top 15 percent of best-branded law firms in the 2019 BTI Brand Elite rankings. The firm also placed on the 2018 Most Recommended Law Firms list.

Abes litigates regularly in state and federal trial courts around the country and is experienced arguing in numerous courts of appeal. He handles complicated breach-of-contract and commercial claims across various industries. Abes assists debt buyers, handles class action claims and related compliance issues, assists insurance carriers in handling or litigating complex coverage claims, and serves as primary counsel for a number of political subdivisions.

BTI Consulting Group began publishing its All-Stars list 30 years ago. At the outset, it covered several industries. In 2001, BTI transitioned the list to be exclusive to law.