Connecticut Law Tribune Names Wiggin and Dana 2016 Litigation Department of the Year

December 1, 2016

Wiggin and Dana Litigation Department Chair James Glasser, left, accepts the Connecticut Law Tribune 2016 Litigation Department of the Year, Mid-Sized Firm Award during the awards ceremony on November 10, 2016.

New Haven - Wiggin and Dana LLP is proud to announce that is has received the Connecticut Law Tribune's 2016 Litigation Department of the Year, Mid-Sized Firm Award. The announcement was made during an awards ceremony and dinner held in Hartford on November 10, 2016.

"At nearly 70 litigators firm wide, Wiggin and Dana handles a variety of matters in Connecticut and beyond, and recently expanded its footprint with a Washington, DC, office. Appellate litigation, franchise disputes and international trade compliance are among the group's best-known engagements. In addition, pro bono remains an important part of the practice. And with a substantial mentoring program, the group [has a] step up for sustained success," according to the Connecticut Law Tribune.

"Wiggin and Dana's Litigation Department is comprised of outstanding lawyers who have been tested time and time again in the most complex of matters and who are dedicated to achieving outstanding outcomes for our clients. When we were alerted that the firm was once again being honored by the Connecticut Law Tribune, we were particularly pleased for the recognition and to accept the honor," said James Glasser, Chair of the Litigation Department.

Wiggin and Dana attributes its success year-after-year to assembling a team of experienced litigators and trial lawyers who are completely dedicated to their clients' cause. The firm's success is also attributable to its associates who come from the best law schools and prestigious clerkships and who, from the outset, are given real and meaningful responsibility under close mentorship in an extremely collegial environment.