Hare Wynn Recognized at the National Law Journal's Plaintiff's Hot List Hall of Fame
Hare Wynn was recognized by the National Law Journal along with a select group of plaintiff’s firms honored at the National Law Journal’s Hall of Fame event on December 4th, 2013, at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C. Partners Scott Powell from the firm’s Birmingham, Alabama office and Matt Minner from the firm’s Lexington, Kentucky office accepted the award on behalf of the firm.
“It is an honor for Hare Wynn to be included among the premier plaintiff’s firms in the country and we are grateful for this recognition,” said Minner.
The National Law Journal conducts an extensive review of numerous firms from around the country and publishes The Plaintiffs’ Hot List, a special yearly report on U.S. firms that have done exemplary, impactful, cutting-edge work on the plaintiffs’ side and posses an impressive track record of wins over the preceding years.
“We are certainly honored by this recognition,” said Scott Powell. “Our firm has a rich history of providing legal representation at the highest level. We look forward to continuing that tradition.”
Hare Wynn has an established tradition of effective counsel, integrity and legal excellence which have defined the firm for more than 100 years. Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama with offices in Lexington, Kentucky and Little Rock, Arkansas, Hare Wynn is an established national leader in the plaintiff’s bar and the entirety of our professional and fiscal resources are dedicated to plaintiff’s law. Hare Wynn regularly represents the United States and other governmental entities, businesses and individuals in complex litigation nationwide. The firm’s cases are often of national importance and have been featured in numerous mainstream media outlets. In the last few years alone the firm has achieved a $2.8 billion dollar judgment in a fraud case, a $133 million dollar settlement in a fraud case, a $40 million dollar False Claims Act settlement involving money fraudulently taken through Medicare, a $48 million dollar jury verdict and a $750 million dollar settlement against Bayer. In addition, Hare Wynn has achieved one of the Top 100 jury verdicts in America in three of the last four years.