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Best Lawyers Honors Robinson Donovan with Nine Top-tier Rankings

SPRINGFIELD — Robinson Donovan, P.C., a full-service law firm representing individual and business clients throughout Massachusetts and New England, announced that the firm has been honored with nine top-tier rankings by The Best Lawyers in America.

This year Robinson Donovan, P.C., was awarded top-tier rankings in nine different practice areas, across three different tiers in the Springfield metropolitan area. They include Tier 1 rankings in corporate law, personal-injury litigation – defendants, real-estate law, and trust and estate law; Tier 2 rankings in employment law – management, family law, tax law, and litigation, specifically in labor and employment; and a Tier 3 ranking in personal-injury litigation – plaintiffs.

“Attaining so many distinctions across numerous different practice areas speaks volumes about the talented attorneys at the firm,” said Partner James Martin. “These top-tier rankings not only positively reflect on our legal competence as a firm, but also on our proficiency.”

Best Lawyers is the oldest legal peer-review publication. A Best Lawyers selection is broadly regarded by both clients and legal professionals as a significant honor conferred on a lawyer by his or her peers. The Best Lawyers lists of outstanding attorneys are compiled by conducting comprehensive peer-review surveys in which tens of thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers. Lawyers are not allowed to pay any fee to be included.

The rankings are based on an evaluation process that includes both client and lawyer evaluations, peer reviews from leading attorneys in specified practice areas, and final reviews from law firms as part of the formal review process and selection. To qualify for the tier rankings, a law firm must have at least one lawyer who is included in Best Lawyers in that particular practice area and metropolitan area.

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