Harke Clasby & Bushman Awarded Best Multi-State Commercial Litigator by Corporate America’s Legal Elite 2015

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MIAMI – The commercial litigation and consumer class action law firm of Harke Clasby & Bushman LLP has earned the prestigious honor of Best Multi-State Commercial Litigator by Corporate America’s Legal Elite 2015.

“We are extremely honored as a firm to have received this award,” says founding partner and trial lawyer, Lance A. Harke. “It is a true testament to the commitment and exceptional results we have obtained for our clients over the years.”

The 2015 Legal Elite Awards recognizes those individuals and firms, who use their top-class skills and experience to help companies, big and small, across the nation, navigate the complex legal landscape, while keeping the wheels of business turning. Winners are determined through a process of rigorous and in-depth research, which takes into account votes received and submitted documentation, combined with in-house expert analysis.

A multi-faceted program, these awards focus on honoring excellence across all areas of the legal profession; whether it is the fast-paced world of corporate law, bankruptcy matters, personal injury claims, family disputes or criminal allegations. All sectors and industries are closely scrutinized to ensure that only the most deserving candidates receive one of these prestigious awards.

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Miami Shores-based Harke Clasby & Bushman LLP was established by founding partner and trial lawyer, Lance A. Harke in 2000. The firm represents clients throughout the State of Florida and in courts across the country in a wide range of commercial law matters related to commercial litigation, business torts, consumer class actions, securities class actions, product liability, insurance litigation, general civil litigation, general commercial litigation, civil appeals, prescription drug issues, employment matters, bad faith issues, professional malpractice, medical malpractice and appellate practice.

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