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Chambers USA 2014 Ranks WTO Among Top 17 Product Liability and Mass Tort Firms in the U.S. and Top 3 Commercial Litigation Firms in Colorado

Date: 05.23.14

DENVER: The lawyer rankings guide Chambers USA, 2014 edition, lists Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell among the top 17 product liability and mass tort law firms in the country and among the top three commercial litigation firms in Colorado. Chambers ranks the leading lawyers and law firms around the country based on in-depth and client-focused research.

About WTO's rank as a top national product liability firm, a Chambers source remarked, "Wheeler Trigg is the firm I would single out. They've got the wow factor!" Chambers lists Malcolm Wheeler as one of three nationally recognized product liability and mass tort "Senior Statesman." Jack Trigg, John Fitzpatrick and James Hooper are also recognized among the top product liability lawyers nationally.

Chambers describes WTO's commercial litigation practice as, "Ever-growing and continually high-performing with considerable experience in medical malpractice and product liability cases, including highly complex multiplaintiff actions." Chambers recognizes WTO lawyers Malcolm Wheeler, Michael O'Donnell, Hugh Gottschalk, John Fitzpatrick, Scott Barker, and Carolyn Fairless among the top commercial litigation lawyers in Colorado.

WTO partner Raymond Martin is ranked among the top seven labor and employment lawyers in Colorado and a client describes him as having "great work product and great tactical advice, and good familiarity with the local bench."

Trial Tested™ Denver-based civil litigation firm Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell helps its clients resolve disputes that threaten their businesses, brands, products, people, and customers. WTO handles trials, appeals, arbitrations, and related areas of complex civil litigation, including class actions and multidistrict litigation, often as national or regional trial counsel, for many of the nation's best-known companies in a wide variety of industries.

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