Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C., is pleased to announce that the firm has been awarded recertification in Meritas, a global alliance of independent business law firms. Greensfelder has been a member of Meritas since 2004.
Meritas member firms are required to successfully complete recertification every three years. The firms work collaboratively to serve clients, especially when dealing with complex matters across multiple jurisdictions.
“We are proud to be recertified as a member of the Meritas global alliance,” said Andrew W. Manuel, a Greensfelder Officer and the firm’s liaison with Meritas. “We are gratified that Meritas has again recognized the value and quality of services that Greensfelder delivers to its clients. The Meritas Quality Assurance Program is an important tool for helping our clients secure top-level legal representation around the world.”
Tanna Moore, president and CEO of Meritas, said, “Businesses trust the Meritas alliance of law firms for top-tier quality, convenience, consistency and value. Greensfelder has demonstrated its commitment to world-class client service, and therefore has successfully earned its recertification in Meritas.”
Founded in 1990, Meritas is the only law firm alliance with an established and comprehensive means of monitoring the quality of its member firms that is designed to save clients time validating law firm credentials and experience. Member firms are regularly assessed and recertified for the breadth of their practice knowledge and experience, and client satisfaction. Meritas membership is selective and by invitation only. Meritas has member firms in 242 global markets spanning 91 countries.
About Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C.
Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C., founded in 1895, is a full-service law firm with offices in St. Louis, Chicago and Belleville, Ill. Greensfelder offers comprehensive legal solutions for clients locally, nationally and internationally. Areas of practice include business services; communications and media; construction; creditors’ rights and bankruptcy; educational, religious and tax-exempt organizations; employee benefits; employment and labor; energy; franchising and distribution; health care; intellectual property; litigation; real estate; securities and financial services; and trusts and estates.