Boston, MA Feb. 14, 2022 – Morrison Mahoney Partner Tory A. Weigand has been recognized as a 2022 BTI Client Service All Star by the BTI Consulting Group. Attorneys are included, according to BTI, after it conducts research involving in-depth interviews with hundreds of general counsels to identify attorneys who provide exceptional client service. The BTI Client Service All-Stars is considered the gold standard used by corporate counsel and law firms alike to identify the attorneys delivering the absolute best levels of client service.
According to BTI, clients say "Tory's work on our litigation matters is always high quality and a good value." In his own statement of his client philosophy, Tory wrote “[I have] a deep passion for the law and advocacy. This passion is only matched by [my] love of helping clients understand their needs and developing cost-effective and efficient litigation and appellate strategies. I believe that complex litigation should not be financially destructive or overly burdensome, and he helps individuals and companies develop customized solutions.”
The consulting group said that "top legal decision makers single out the attorneys delivering the absolute best client service — better than all others. These attorneys are the BTI Client Service All-Stars 2022. The results are based on more than 350 in-depth, independent interviews with top legal decision makers at the world's most demanding clients." Additionally, there is only one way to become a BTI Client Service All-Star: for corporate counsel to single out an attorney for client service – with no prompts or suggestions.
Tory represents directors and officers and professionals including physicians, hospitals and practice groups, and other health care providers. He has litigated and counseled as to employment disputes, Bivens and civil rights actions, civil RICO, business tort and contractual disputes, aviation, life sciences, and copyright and trademark matters as well as represented insurers in insurance practice claims and litigation. Tory lectures on appellate practice and authored a number of publications. He is the Editor of the MA Appellate Practice and Procedure Bulletin and Co-Editor of the Aviation Update Newsletter.