Keller Rackauckas named to list of California’s “Top Boutique Firms”

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Keller Rackauckas LLP has been named to the list of “Top Boutique Firms of 2014,” as chosen by the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals. Fewer than 50 firms statewide made the list and only 9 litigation firms; Keller Rackauckas LLP was the only Orange County litigation firm to make the list.

“We are honored to have been selected as one of the top boutique firms in California,” said Kay Rackauckas, managing partner. “This recognition reflects the faith that our clients have put in us and the excellent results that our attorneys have achieved in high stakes, complex commercial litigation.  We have some of the most highly-honored attorneys in the state for a firm of any size.”

Boutique firms are those that specialize in a niche area of law, such as litigation, appellate, corporate transactions, bankruptcy, tax controversy, environmental, immigration, intellectual property, and labor and employment. The Daily Journal honor is one of the most coveted in the state by any boutique firm.  California has over 225,000 attorneys.  Literally thousands of California firms fit in the “boutique” category, including hundreds in the litigation category.

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