Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. has been selected for inclusion on the National Law Journal’s Midsize Hot List, which identifies the most successful firms with 51 to 150 attorneys who excel at deal making, litigation, counseling and other legal services.
The magazine will spotlight the firm for its reputation in handling some of the nation’s most prominent cases. Two areas mentioned were the Fraud section’s continued success in Medicaid Fraud litigation on behalf of the state of Mississippi. The firm helped the state secure an award of $17.8 million against drug makers who have been found to have defrauded state Medicaid programs. The National Law Journal (NLJ) also mentioned the firm’s leadership role in the $9.2 billion settlement with BP PLC for economic damages stemming from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
About the firms included on its 2015 Midsize Hot List, NLJ notes, “They have demonstrated creative strategies that keep them competitive against much larger law firms. They build cultures that attract and retain top talent. And they take pains to understand and serve their clients’ needs.”
Read more on the NLJ website.