FTI Consulting named a top service provider in legal industry

04 June 2018 Authored by Consulting.us

FTI Consulting has been named a top provider in 14 categories in the 2018 Best of Corporate Counsel survey. In the third edition of the publication’s annual reader survey, FTI was selected as a top provider in areas ranging from ‘Information Governance Solutions’ to ‘Litigation Dispute Advisory Services.’

Founded In 1982, FTI Consulting has grown into a leader in the areas of corporate finance and restructuring, as well as forensic and litigation consulting. The firm also offers advisory services in economics consulting, strategic communications, and technology. With more than 4,600 staff across 28 countries, FTI has worked on a number of high-profile cases including Bush v. Gore, the Bernie Madoff fraud investigation, and the MLB steroid investigation.

The law-savvy consulting firm was recently named an industry leader in 14 categories in the 2018 edition of Corporate Counsel’s ‘Best of’ survey. The publication, which is a member of Law.com, conducted a readers’ poll to determine the most admired firms across a number of categories. 

FTI Consulting named a top service provider in legal industry

FTI was recognized as a top-three provider in areas ranging from ‘Business Accounting’ to ‘Legal Process Outsourcing’ and ‘Predictive Coding eDiscovery.’ The consultancy was named the number one ranked provider of ‘IT Consultant Services’ – beating out PwC and McKinsey, which ranked second and third, respectively – and ‘Demonstrative Evidence Provision.’

“Our professionals at FTI Consulting seek, every day, to be the go-to advisors for legal teams across the globe,” said FTI President and CEO Steven H. Gunby. “Being recognized in 14 distinct categories speaks to that dedication as well as our strong market positions and the deep expertise we draw on in helping our clients address the complex challenges and opportunities they face.”

FTI’s expertise extends beyond its leadership position in the US legal consulting market. In a recent report from the firm on digital media, FTI predicts that online ad spending will reach $123 billion by 2021, and will account for 80% of the ad market in 20 years. 

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