Howard Herman Named BTI Client Service MVP

February 17, 2011

Howard R. Herman, co-chair of Moses & Singer’s Corporate/M&A and International Trade Groups, has been named a BTI Client Service MVP, an elite group of 24 attorneys from 22 major firms nominated exclusively by clients for consistently delivering excellence in client service, year after year.  Howard was also named a BTI Client Service All-Star 2011, a group of 318 attorneys from 201 major firms who were identified in the past year as distinguished client service leaders.

Firm chairman, Alan Kolod, observed that “it was an honor for Moses & Singer to be among the 22 firms represented by the BTI MVPs,” which are among the largest and most prestigious firms in the country.  He praised Howard as “embodying the fundamental commitment of Moses & Singer to focus on the client’s goals and provide solutions to the client’s problems.  Howard continues to impress us with his breadth of understanding of business issues, his dedication to clients and his creativity.  We are proud of Howard’s accomplishments.  He is a model of the quality service Moses & Singer attorneys provide to all our clients.”

For more than thirty years, Howard has counseled public and private companies in a broad range of industries.  His practice includes mergers and acquisitions; securities; mezzanine, venture capital and senior debt financings; and restructurings and reorganizations (both in and out of bankruptcy).  Howard represents funds sponsors and managers in connection with hedge funds, private equity funds and other private investment funds.  He advises clients on large transactions (such as financings and acquisitions), as well as employment and compensation arrangements, governance issues, succession planning, strategic partnerships, joint ventures, trade matters and other commercial issues.

How Clients Select The BTI Client Service All-Stars

The BTI Consulting Group of Wellesley, MA, conducts over 300 individual interviews with corporate counsel at Fortune 1000 and large organizations. The goal is to probe clients on every aspect of law firm relationships, including needs and priorities, the law firms they rely on and, perhaps most importantly, the quality of service they receive.  For more information, please visit their website at