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Mayer Brown’s International Arbitration team in Paris scoops trophy for up-and-coming team at the 12th annual Ceremony of Trophées du Droit et du Contentieux

1 December 2012
Paris – Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, announced today that its International Arbitration group in Paris, led by Dany Khayat and composed of José Caicedo, Rachael Guilor and Joy Kreidi, continues to earn recognition for its work. Its most recent award was presented at the 12th annual Ceremony of Trophées du Droit et du Contentieux (Law and Litigation Trophies) and comprised of the 2012 Trophy of for the Up-and-Coming Team in International Arbitration (“Equipe montante”). The awards ceremony was held in Paris on 29 November 2012 in the presence of close to 1000 lawyers and representatives of the legal profession.

The awards program takes place annually and aims to recognize, by practice area, the most eminent law firms in France. Over 40 experienced French lawyers acted as jury members to determine this year’s winners in international arbitration. Trophies are awarded based on firms’ reputations in France.

“This trophy, from the renowned and prestigious Trophées du Droit et du Contentieux, recognizes the achievements of our international arbitration practice in France and elsewhere. In a challenging market, we are privileged to have the confidence of our clients.”, said Jean-Philipe Lambert, Managing Partner of Mayer Brown’s Paris office.

More information about the event can be found by clicking here

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    Dany Khayat
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    José Caicedo
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    Joy Kreidi
    T +33 1 53 53 43 43
    Jean-Philippe Lambert
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