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Maples and Calder Given Top Tier Rankings by IFLR1000 2019

2018年 11月 5日

Maples and Calder Given Top Tier Rankings by IFLR1000 2019

IFLR1000 has released its 2019 guide to the world's leading financial and corporate law firms, with Maples and Calder achieving top tier rankings across its jurisdictions. 

The firm, which has maintained its Tier 1 position throughout the legal directory, secured top spots for eight practice groups across five locations.  The firm continues to achieve high rankings in both the practice group and individual lawyer categories, with 55 Maples and Calder lawyers recommended in the latest edition. 

The guide, which recognised Maples and Calder as a 'top' law firm, published reviews received across the firm's global client base.  Providing 'top notch service', clients praise the, 'extremely high quality advice and work product Maples and Calder provides'.  Maples and Calder's international offices have also been commended as a 'leading offshore firm in Hong Kong'  as well as, 'one of the key law firms in Ireland'. 

Global Managing Partner, Alasdair Robertson commented, "We are very pleased with the latest rankings and are proud to be counted among the top tier legal service providers in the world. These independent rankings are a testament to the quality of work produced by our lawyers and are a validation of our commitment to providing top quality client service."

The IFLR1000 is a guide to the world's leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers.  Their first rankings were published in 1990 and the guide currently researches over 120 jurisdictions worldwide.  Law firm rankings are based on three key criteria: transactional evidence, peer feedback and client feedback.  In addition, individual recommendations are given to those who have proved themselves to be among the leading figures in their respective markets, as well as having a clear track record of innovative work.


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