2014 Chambers UK recognises Pillsbury partners and practices in latest rankings
The 2014 edition of Chambers UK has recognised Pillsbury’s outsourcing and information technology (IT) practice as well as partners Rafi Azim-Khan, Tim Wright, James Tumbridge and Paul Harris.
Ranked nationally (UK wide), the outsourcing practice received high praise from financial institutions and other multinational companies on outsourcing agreements relating to a range of areas including financial services, pharmaceutical, energy and infrastructure.
The firm’s IT practice was also recognised in London for its capability in handling issues surrounding cloud computing, digital media and multi-jurisdictional outsourcing agreements.
Wright, managing partner of the London office and section leader for global sourcing in London, was ranked nationally for outsourcing, where he was recognised for his knowledge in IT outsourcing transactions.
Among the London partners, Azim-Khan ranked in Band 1, the highest tier available, with a national ranking in media and entertainment: advertising and marketing. Tumbridge and Harris were ranked for their work in intellectual property.
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