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Smith Anderson Managing Partner Gerald Roach Named MVP, Recognized as a BTI Client Service All-Star for a Second Year

February 7, 2017

Smith Anderson announced today that Managing Partner Gerald Roach has been named a 2017 BTI Client Service All-Star for his dedication to providing superior client service. This is the second year Gerald has earned this recognition, ranking him among an elite group of attorneys who, clients say, consistently set the standard for outstanding service.

The BTI Client Service All-Stars is an annual list published by BTI Consulting Group, a leading independent business research firm. Considered a guide to the attorneys commanding the attention of General Counsel and legal decision makers at large organizations, BTI works directly with clients to discover which attorneys are truly influencing and changing the legal industry. Gerald is one of 319 attorneys across the United States selected for the All-Star honor in 2017 and one of 54 attorneys to receive the MVP designation for being recognized two years in a row.

According to BTI, “No attorney can lobby to be added to the list, self-submit nominations or provide corporate counsel names to be interviewed. The only way to become a BTI Client Service All-Star is for corporate counsel to single out an attorney for client service exceeding all others.”

Recently, Smith Anderson ranked nationally in the BTI Client Service A-Team for 2017, a list of law firms considered by clients to deliver the absolute best levels of client service.

Gerald Roach's practice involves domestic and international mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate governance matters, public company securities, private financings, technology law and advising boards of directors and special committees.

Gerald regularly represents public and private growth companies and private equity firms with their general corporate needs and domestic and international transactions. He has been involved in numerous transactions valued at over $50 billion in the last five years.

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