London, December 22, 2022 – Mayer Brown has risen in Global Restructuring Review’s “GRR 100” list, moving up to #11 (compared to #13 in 2021).
Along with the “GRR 30” list of top firms, the GRR 100 list is designed to be “an essential guide for anyone seeking legal advisers that have verifiable experience on international matters in the distressed space.”
The firm was also ranked #11 in the top 30 list, which identifies the standout firms from the "GRR 100" for cross-border restructuring and insolvency work.
In order to formulate the rankings, GRR conducted more than 12 months of research, asking firms questions relating to the number of cross-border cases on their books, the value of debt restructured, their billable hours, and a list of the “Top 10” matters it worked on during the research period. It then used these metrics to assign each firm a score, ultimately deciding their position in the tables.
Mayer Brown’s continued rise in the rankings is representative of the increasingly high-profile and high-value matters undertaken by the firm.
With a global Restructuring group comprising more than 200 lawyers with extensive cross-border experience and deep industry knowledge, Mayer Brown has established a reputation for managing complexity and advising on landmark cases.
The firm represents corporate debtors, company directors, lenders (throughout the capital structure), bondholders, liquidators, receivers, administrators, trustees, debtor-in-possession (DIP) loan providers, insurers, pension fund trustees, special servicers, and landlords on all aspects of restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvency.
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