Four SRVH attorneys honored in Benchmark Litigation’s 2014 edition

In the 2014 edition of Benchmark Litigation, Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison’s litigation group receives a “Highly Recommended” rating among firms in Tennessee. In addition, the publication recognizes William Harbison as a local “litigation star” and Mike AbelowPhillip Cramer & John Farringer as “future stars.”

Founded in 1981, Nashville boutique SRVH represents businesses and individuals to acclaim from peers and clients; one of whom extols, ‘I find the firm’s lawyers to be extremely talented and diligent in their representation.’ A colleague calls William Harbison the ‘go-to guy for estate litigation in Tennessee.’ Clients turn to Mike Abelow for their complex litigation disputes including breach of contract, Tennessee Consumer Protection Act, real property, and broker-dealer cases. He’s especially known for his work in bankruptcy court. Phillip Cramer handles matters of complex business disputes that include antitrust and competition, insurance coverage, and business torts. Among his clients is the largest medical professional liability insurer in the state. John Farringer IV focuses on complex business and commercial litigation in state and federal courts. He handles cases that involve a variety of matters including contract disputes, tort and business tort actions, trade secrets, boundary and land use, banking, civil rights actions, and more.

Benchmark Litigation identifies the leading US trial attorneys and firms at the local and national levels. Focused exclusively on the US litigation market, the publication’s rankings and editorials are the result of extensive interviews with private practice lawyers and in-house counsel. Supplementary firm information is also submitted in the form of a questionnaire. The guide’s “local litigation stars” reflect lawyers who are recommended by peers and clients to have established consistent reputations as trial attorneys, while “future stars” are those litigators who are highlighted as likely to be become “local litigation stars” in coming editions.Benchmark’s independent research is conducted annually between February and June.