February 16, 2015

Stephen C. Baker and Richard S. Goldman Recognized by the BTI Consulting Group as Client Service All Stars for 2015

Philadelphia partner Stephen C. Baker and Princeton partner Richard S. Goldman have been recognized by the BTI Consulting Group as Client Service All Stars for 2015. BTI arrived at a list of just 354 honorees after interviewing more than 320 corporate counsel at large and Fortune 1000 companies.

The six traits of Client Service All-Stars are superior client focus; innovative thought leadership; unmatched business understanding; legal skills; outsized value and outstanding results.

Baker is the leader of the firm’s Insurance Department and represents major insurance company groups in business litigation, regulatory, coverage and claims matters. Throughout his 30-plus year career as a trial lawyer, he has become widely known for client-driven, innovative service. This is the second time Baker has received this recognition in three years.

Goldman is a partner in the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group in Princeton. His clients include the New York Jets and Princeton University, as well as national and local real estate developers, corporations, other universities, and public companies. As a former deputy attorney general, Goldman has continued an active involvement in aspects of government law and relations. He is also dedicated to community service and serves on the board of trustees of numerous civic, charitable and educational institutions.

The BTI Consulting Group conducts independent research on how clients acquire, manage and evaluate their professional service providers. The BTI Client Service All-Stars is BTI’s annual guide to the lawyers commanding the attention of general counsel and legal decision makers at large organizations.

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