Goodman Derrick receives recommendations from Chambers & Partners and Legal 500
Goodman Derrick has received recommendations in all of its core commercial practice areas from Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 in 2013.
As well as recognition across the law firm’s key commercial practice areas — including brand management, commercial property, construction, corporate, defamation and privacy, dispute resolution, employment, licensing, media and media finance — Goodman Derrick’s lawyers have received 16 separate personal acknowledgements.
‘[They are] client focused, [they] communicate well and [they] are a pleasure to deal with.’
Chambers & Partners
‘Everything is straightforward and there are no surprises.’
‘Diligent, intelligent and strategically superb.’
‘All the things I need from a lawyer — responsive, accurate and gives comprehensible and commercially minded advice.’
‘A star, extremely qualified and very pleasant.’
‘Always methodical and measured.’
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