Whos Who Legal Arbitration 2021

December 2020 – Who`s Who Legal named seven members of the Chaffetz Lindsey team as “Thought Leaders” or “Future Leaders” in its 2021 Arbitration Survey. James Hosking is just one of 14 “Global Elite Thought Leaders” in North America and Gretta Walters is one of the 9 “Most Reputable Future Non-Partner Leaders” in North America. Based on these ratings, Chaffetz Lindsey was named a Leading Firm, one of six companies in North America and the only boutique. This material is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The previous results do not guarantee a similar result. WWL and Global Arbitration Review are pleased to present WWL: Arbitration 2021. BLG is pleased to announce that Robert Deane, Craig Chiasson, Sarah McEachern, Cristina Birks and Hugh Meighen have been recognized as the best arbitrators in the world in the latest edition of WWL: Arbitration 2021 presented by Who`s Who Legal (WWL). StoneTurn is pleased to announce that two of its London-based partners, Neil Ashton and David Stern, have once again been named Top Experts by Who`s Who Legal (WWL) Arbitration 2021. According to WWL, Neil and David are among the “world`s leading arbitrators distinguished by their outstanding testimony in complex proceedings.” In addition, Compass Lexecon has two professionals recognized as future leaders in arbitration: Andrés Casserly and Alan Rozenberg. These are professionals aged 45 and under, whom the market considers to be the future leaders of the international arbitration community. Our International Arbitration Group continues to be a thought leader in the development of arbitration.

Finally, see Managing Disputes During COVID-19: Moving from Litigation to Arbitration, The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2021 – Canada Chapter and International Chamber of Commerce to update the arbitration rules in January 2021. Since 1996, Who`s Who Legal has identified the best practitioners in the industry based on comprehensive, independent and global surveys. WWL`s 2021 search process was the most comprehensive WWL ever conducted, reflecting tens of thousands of recommendations from clients and colleagues around the world, with 95 countries listed. Our Legal Marketplace analyses cover the world`s best practitioners in all jurisdictions, according to this year`s study. We also highlight companies whose individuals have stood out. Who`s Who Legal Research identifies the world`s top “Global Leaders” in arbitration, who are highly recommended for their expertise in resolving complex international disputes, and “Future Leaders” aged 45 or younger, who are considered the future leaders of the international arbitration community. Who`s Who Legal is a sister publication of the Global Arbitration Review. The guide is compiled through independent research and appointments from colleagues and clients, including general counsel and arbitration lawyers in private practice. The commentary in this year`s ranking includes: WWL: Arbitration 2021 provides a detailed and comprehensive overview of the international arbitration market with a research process that identifies the world`s top international arbitration lawyers. You can find more information about our international arbitration practice here.

The full list of Compass Lexecon experts recognized in the Who`s Who Legal Arbitration 2021: Expert Witness list is as follows: Detailed information about our research process can be found on our FAQ page. If you have any feedback on our research, please email us at editorial@whoswholegal.com. Click here to see the full WWL Arbitration 2021 ranking. The 2021 research process was the most thorough in our history. Thousands of practitioners and reviewers responded to our requests for market feedback, resulting in a record number of individual votes and a 67% increase over our 2020 study. In the 2022 edition of Who`s Who Legal: Arbitration, Debevoise & Plimpton LLP lawyers were once again recognized as lead arbitrators for their outstanding work in resolving complex international disputes. Our core list of arbitrators and lawyers who excel in arbitration Global Arbitration Review has published its Who`s Who Legal Arbitration 2022: Expert Witness Analysis, announcing the world`s most respected experts in damages and arbitration assessments. Compass Lexecon had 21 recognized experts from the North America, EMEA and Latin America regions. WWL: Arbitration 2021 is our most comprehensive look at the international arbitration market to date, with over 1,000 outstanding lawyers earning a spot on these prestigious lists this year. As the largest full-service law firm in Canada, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) provides practical legal advice to Canadian and international clients in more practices and industries than any other Canadian law firm. With 800 lawyers, intellectual property agents and other professionals, BLG serves the legal needs of businesses and institutions across Canada and abroad, including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, litigation, financing, trademark and patent applications.

This is another recognition for our international arbitration practice, which continues to represent the interests of clients in Canada and around the world. BLG`s International Arbitration Group is a national team of lawyers actively practising and acts as legal counsel and arbitrators in international trade and investment arbitrations. As a member of the National Disputes Group, the International Arbitration Group is recognized by GAR 100 as one of the world`s leading arbitration firms. “David is very experienced and knows what is expected of an expert. His work is balanced and well thought out. Similarly, Who`s Who Legal respondents found Neil “very friendly, very thorough and conscientious” and noted that “he withstood rigorous cross-examination in commercial court by challenging lead counsel.” We are also pleased to announce that Hugh Meighen has been selected as one of the ten most respected partners under 45 in America. WWL reviewed 3922 practitioners to be included in our master rosters of arbitration and arbitration experts (excluding future leaders). Of these, 1225 practitioners were listed as recommended practitioners, while only 97 (2.4%) received our highest ranking as global elite thought leaders. This year alone, respondents also submitted more than 10,000 individual comments on the practitioners considered. This exceptional response led us to publish for the first time a selection of the feedback received for each practitioner with a professional biography. This incredible range of feedback can be viewed on our Market Insight tool.