AZA Earns National Honors for Best Client Relationships
October 11, 2016

HOUSTON – The Houston-based litigation and intellectual property firm AZA, or Ahmad, Zavitsanos & Mensing, has been named as one of the country’s top law firms for client relations based on a survey of national corporate counsel and business executives.

AZA was ranked in the BTI Power Rankings 2016 listing of firms with top client relationships. The list is based on a survey of “top legal decision makers at the world’s leading organizations” who ranked firms on the strength of their client relationships. The honorees are law firms that clients say are their go-to firms that they recommend most to their peers, according to BTI Consulting.

BTI Consulting is a 28-year-old Massachusetts-based polling and analysis firm that surveys Fortune 1000 general counsel and C-level executives to develop their annual Power Rankings.

“We work hard to offer the best service to our clients, and we are very pleased to see that general counsel and others in the C-Suite have recognized our attention to client needs,” says AZA founding partner John Zavitsanos, who previously has been individually recognized by BTI for his client service.

AZA has earned additional honors in other BTI surveys conducted in recent years, including being previously named among the top law firms in the nation for client service and named among the law firms that U.S. corporate counsel fear most.

AZA, or Ahmad, Zavitsanos & Mensing, is a Houston-based law firm that is home to true courtroom lawyers with a formidable track record in complex commercial litigation, including energy, intellectual property, and business dispute cases. AZA is recognized in Chambers USA 2016 among the best in Texas commercial law; U.S. News & World Report and The Best Lawyers in America as one of the country’s best commercial litigation firms in 2016; and Law360 as one of only 13 Texas Powerhouse law firms. National corporate counsel named AZA one of the country’s best in client service among law firms serving the Fortune 1000. Read more at


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