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Daniel C. Johnson Named “BTI Client Service All-Star” for 2018

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Orlando, Fla. – Corporate counsel named Carlton Fields Orlando Shareholder Daniel C. Johnson a “Client Service All-Star” in BTI Consulting Group’s 2018 Survey: BTI Client Service All-Star list.

The survey identifies 326 lawyers across the country who demonstrate exceptional legal skills, innovative thinking, client focus and client experience; deliver outstanding results and superior value; and understand and share a commitment to achieving their clients’ business and legal objectives. Attorneys nominated to this elite group are identified solely through unprompted client feedback that recognizes them for delivering superior client service.

Johnson has extensive experience handling litigation complex disputes, including complex business disputes, insurance litigation including coverage disputes, toxic tort and environmental litigation, employment litigation, and products litigation. He has also litigated a wide range of cases for telecommunications carriers, equipment manufacturers, and service providers in both state and federal courts.

In 2017, Carlton Fields Tampa Shareholders Chris Coutroulis and Robert S. Freedman were named to the “BTI Client Service All-Star” list.

To learn more visit BTI’s website

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