Cox Hallett Wilkinson recognised by Legal 500
Law firm Cox Hallett Wilkinson Ltd has been ranked as a tier 2 firm in four practice areas by global legal directory, Legal 500.
CHW was so ranked in the areas of dispute resolution, banking, finance&capital markets, corporate&finance, and real estate.
Ernest Morrison, managing director, said: “CHW is pleased that the firm was recognised in these practice areas and that eight of our attorneys were recognised individually.
“Such rankings illustrate our commitment to providing quality legal services to our client base and the dedication of our attorneys to providing responsive, cost effective legal advice to our expanding international and local client base.
“We would like to express our appreciation to our clients, instructing law firms and, of course, our attorneys and support staff for their diligence and support.”
The firm said the corporate team was recognised in both the corporate&finance and banking, finance&capital market practice areas for its “responsive and commercial practice” and “particularly noted for its expertise in real estate, infrastructure projects, asset finance work and transactions in the insurance sector”.
The dispute resolution team were described as “dynamic, responsive and experienced with disputes expertise”.
Craig Rothwell, head of the litigation and dispute resolution team said: “We are grateful to be recognised by The Legal 500 and look forward to continuing to provide high quality advice to all our valued clients.”
The private client team, headed by Lorren Wilson, was awarded a tier 2 ranking in real estate and won praise for its work in commercial and residential property transactions.
The eight attorneys who were “recommended” by the Legal 500: Ernest Morrison, corporate, tabbed as a “leading individual”; Kathleen Moniz, corporate; Janice Gutteridge, recognised as a “rising star” in both corporate&commercial and banking, finance&capital markets; Craig Rothwell, litigation; David Kessaram, litigation; Kim White, litigation; Matthew Watson, litigation, recognised as a “rising star” in dispute resolution; and Lorren Wilson, private client.
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