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Chambers UK 2014 ranks 52 Mayer Brown lawyers and ranks practices in 34 categories

1 November 2013
Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, announced today that Chambers UK 2014 awarded 52 of its lawyers a total of 63 rankings in 29 categories, including eight lawyers who achieved nine Band One or higher rankings:

• Star Individual
Nick Robertson – Employment: Employer

• Band One
David Chadwick – Insurance: Contentious Claims
Ian Coles – Energy & Natural Resources: Mining: International
Sean Connolly – Professional Negligence
Will Glassey – Professional Negligence
Jonathan Hosie – Construction: Purchaser
Ed Parker – Capital Markets: Structured Finance & Derivatives
Michael Regan – Construction: Supplier
Michael Regan – Professional Negligence

The new Chambers UK edition also ranked Mayer Brown practices in 34 categories, including six in Band One:

• Energy & Natural Resources: Mining: International
• Litigation: Highly Regarded
• Professional Negligence: Financial
• Professional Negligence: Insurance
• Professional Negligence: Legal
• Professional Negligence: Technology & Construction

Chambers’ comments on Mayer Brown’s Band-One rankings:

Energy & Natural Resources: Mining: International– “Mayer Brown occupies a strong position for big-project finance work and has extensive experience of acting for lender clients. The firm has significant geopolitical expertise in the mining sector and is a name frequently mentioned with great confidence by peers,” Chambers says. A source adds, “They maintain a high standard of service and display appropriate expertise and professionalism at all times. We experienced a seamless service delivery as a result of their co-ordination of our transaction from the London office.”

Litigation: Highly Regarded – “Mayer Brown continues to thrive in the London market as the frequent recipient of complex instructions in the banking and finance, energy and mining sectors. Its sizeable team co-ordinates seamlessly on a cross-border basis,” Chambers says. “We are very pleased with the service, it's excellent,” says a source. “They're my favourite firm to deal with by a long way.”

Professional Negligence (all categories): Chambers says, “Mayer Brown is supreme across the full spectrum of professional negligence claims. They are regularly instructed on some of the UK's most high-profile and complex matters.” A source says, “They provide a full service on a par with the best: a premium service that values relationships and is willing to help out in any way possible.”

Following is a complete list of the 2014 Chambers UK rankings for Mayer Brown.

Practice Category Rankings

Banking & Finance: Borrowers
Banking & Finance: Lenders
Banking Litigation
Capital Markets: AIM
Capital Markets: Securitisation
Capital Markets: Structured Finance & Derivatives
Construction: International Arbitration
Construction: Purchaser
Construction: Supplier
Corporate/M&A: High-end Capability
Employment: Employer: Elite
Energy & Natural Resources: Mining: International
Environment
Hotels & Leisure
Information Technology
Insurance: Contentious Claims
Insurance: Non-contentious
Insurance: Reinsurance
Intellectual Property
Litigation: Highly Regarded
Outsourcing
Pensions
Pensions Litigation
Product Liability: Mainly Defendant
Professional Negligence: Financial
Professional Negligence: Insurance
Professional Negligence: Legal
Professional Negligence: Technology & Construction
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Litigation
Real Estate: Big-Ticket
Restructuring/Insolvency: Highly Regarded
Tax
Telecommunications: Transactional

Individual Rankings

Asset Finance: Shipping Finance
Stuart McAlpine

Banking Litigation
David Allen
Ian McDonald
Susan Rosser

Capital Markets: Securitisation
Kevin Hawken
David O'Connor

Capital Markets: Structured Finance & Derivatives
Chris Arnold
Dominic Griffiths
Edmund Parker

Competition/European Law
Gillian Sproul

Construction: Purchaser
Jonathan Hosie

Construction: Supplier
Raid Abu-Manneh
Sally Davies
Jonathan Hosie
Michael D. Regan
Kwadwo Sarkodie

Corporate Crime & Investigations
Alistair Graham

Corporate/M&A: High-end Capability
Peter Dickinson
Richard Page

Employee Share Schemes & Incentives
Andrew Stanger

Employment: Employer
Bernadette Daley
Christopher Fisher
Nicholas Robertson
Karen Stewart

Energy & Natural Resources: Mining: International
Ian Coles
Rachel Speight

Energy & Natural Resources: Oil & Gas
Robert Hamill

Environment
Michael Hutchinson

Information Technology
Mark Prinsley

Insurance: Contentious Claims
David Chadwick
Sean Connolly

Intellectual Property
Sarah Byrt

Investment Funds: Private Equity
Tim Nosworthy

Litigation
David Allen
Alistair Graham

Outsourcing
Peter Dickinson
Mark Prinsley

Pensions
Richard Goldstein
Philippa James
Edward Jewitt
Jonathan Moody
Anna Rogers
Ian Wright

Pensions Litigation
Stuart Pickford

Product Liability: Mainly Defendant
Ingrid Hobbs
Miles Robinson

Professional Negligence
Sean Connolly
Sally Davies
William Glassey
James Oulton
Michael D. Regan

Real Estate
Jeremy Clay
Chris Harvey
Iain Roberts
Martin Wright

Real Estate Finance
Nigel White

Restructuring/Insolvency
David Allen
Ashley Katz
Ian McDonald
Devi Shah

Tax
Sandy Bhogal
Peter Steiner

Telecommunications
Peter Dickinson
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