John C. Bodnar Named BTI M&A Client Service All-Star

Lewis Rice member John C. Bodnar has been named to The BTI M&A Client Service All-Stars 2021 list. Now in its 19th year of publication, The BTI M&A Client Service All-Stars list is the “gold standard” used by corporate counsel and law firms alike to identify attorneys delivering superior client service.

To compile this list, BTI conducted in-depth interviews with more than 350 top legal decision makers at large organizations with $700 million or more in revenue. Survey participants identified seven qualities that define a BTI M&A Client Service All-Star: nimble, pragmatic, able to anticipate, see the forest and the trees, always communicating, confident and don’t give up. Only 207 attorneys were recognized as BTI M&A Client Service All-Stars for 2021.

John represents public companies and large and middle market private companies across the country in the areas of M&A and general corporate law. In addition to serving on Lewis Rice’s Management Committee, he teaches M&A as an adjunct professor at Washington University School of Law. John is regularly selected by his peers for inclusion in the The Best Lawyers in America® and Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers®.

In August, Lewis Rice was also named one of the 32 law firms in the United States most trusted by clients for M&A transactions in BTI's Law Firms Who Can Get Any Deal Done. Lewis Rice was recognized as a “Deft Dealmaker,” which is characterized as bringing a rare sense of deal savvy, determination and boundless energy to get the deal done.

BTI Consulting Group is a provider of strategic market research to law firms and professional services firms. The company conducts private benchmarking, market awareness and client satisfaction research for organizations worldwide. More than 16,000 legal decision makers rely on BTI research.

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