Financial Times recently named Goodwin to its annual list of North America’s 25 most innovative law firms. The full special report is available via the Financial Times.
At an awards ceremony in New York City, Goodwin’s Chief Operating Officer Michael Caplan took the top prize in the “Redesigning the service model” category for the firm’s unique approach to bringing value to its client relationships.
Financial Times noted that Goodwin’s “holistic client partnership model is winning the firm new clients and work” through “broadening and deepening client relationships by combining legal services with operational, pricing, technology, and other business advice delivered by the firm’s business professionals.”
In addition, Goodwin Litigation Intelligence – an online visualization tool and database – was recognized in the “Data, analytics & intelligence” category as “a new tool [that] allows lawyers to analyse and explore the firm’s litigation data, covering individual lawyer experience, appearances in U.S. courts, types of work, case outcomes, and time spent, to inform client pitches and manage litigation risk for clients.”
Finally, a team lead by partners Stuart Cable, Lisa Haddad, Brad Weber, Jacqueline Mercier and Blake Liggio was recognized in the “Innovation in unlocking and delivering value” category for Goodwin’s role in guiding client Citrix through a Reverse Morris Trust merger of Citrix’s GoTo business with LogMeIn.
Chief Operating Officer Michael Caplan (middle) receives the “Redesigning the service model” award at a Financial Times ceremony in New York City.