RGL Named 2015 US Forensic Accounting Firm of the Year by Lawyer Monthly

Press ReleaseOctober 2015

Insurance / Legal / Corporate

RGL Forensics has again been recognized as the US Forensic Accounting Firm of the Year by Lawyer Monthly in their 2015 Legal Awards. This is RGL’s second year of inclusion in the Legal Awards.

Denver, CO – September 25, 2015 – The Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2015 recognize the achievements of law firms, and associated legal professionals who have a proven record of delivering results for clients over the past twelve months while operating in a challenging business environment.

These awards celebrate firms that have dedicated their resources to innovation, built on their depth of expertise and performed outstandingly throughout the year.

Voting occurred over a four month period and each vote was compared against a strict set of measurable criteria to create a list of finalists and eventual winners. Learn more about the Lawyer Monthly Legal awards at www.lawyer-monthly.com/awards.


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