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Maslon Earns Recertification in Meritas, a Global Alliance of Independent Business Law Firms

October 27, 2015

Maslon is pleased to announce that it has been awarded recertification in Meritas, a global alliance of independent business law firms that deliver localized legal service of the highest quality on a fully coordinated basis. With over 180 business law firms, located in 60 countries and encompassing more than 7,000 lawyers, Meritas law firms offer clients an extensive global reach, while maintaining a single point of contact with an uncompromising service standard.

Membership in Meritas is by invitation only and members are held to rigorous standards which are continually monitored and evaluated. Firms must maintain high levels of client satisfaction, adhere to practice composition guidelines, submit to recertification, and follow a progressive code of ethics to maintain their memberships. By employing these standards, clients using Meritas member law firms have the confidence of knowing their legal work will be handled reliably and consistently. Maslon has been a member since 1992.

Firms are regularly assessed and recertified for the breadth of their practice expertise and client satisfaction. The recertification process includes exacting self-assessment, peer review by other law firms, and client feedback. It examines such factors as timeliness and quality of a firm's client service, professional conduct, and adherence to Meritas policies including acknowledgement of Meritas firm or client correspondence within 24 hours.

"Businesses trust the Meritas alliance of law firms for top-tier quality, convenience, consistency and value," said Tanna Moore, president and CEO of Meritas. "Maslon LLP has demonstrated its commitment to world-class client service, and as such, has successfully earned its recertification in Meritas."

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