Allen & Overy wins two awards at Czech Law Firm of the Year competition
Allen & Overy has won two awards: the firm succeeded in the category of corporate law and was also named Law Firm of the Year 2013 for Best Client Service at the Czech Law Firm of the Year awards organised by EPRAVO.CZ.
The winners’ list was put together by an independent panel of judges from corporations and institutions, including 250 personalities in the judiciary and business, and by EPRAVO.CZ, an independent company monitoring the activities of lawyers and law firms in the Czech Republic.
Allen & Overy was also ranked as a ‘Very Commended’ law firm in the mergers and acquisitions (M&A), restructuring and insolvency and banking and finance categories.
The winners were announced at the Intercontinental Hotel in Prague.
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