Ince & Co wins firm and individual prizes at 2013 Client Choice Awards
Ince & Co has announced a number of wins at the International Law Office and Lexology 2013 Client Choice Awards. The company was named firm winner for Greece, while two of its lawyers were recognised as individual winners for shipping and transport in both Greece and Singapore.
Dry shipping specialist and Piraeus-based senior associate Evangelos Catsambas was named individual winner for shipping and transport in Greece. Lawyer Richard Lovell, who is head of Ince & Co’s Singapore office, was named individual winner for shipping and transport in Singapore.
The awards, which survey senior corporate counsel only and recognise individuals and firms that excel across the full spectrum of client service, were presented in London on 27 February.
In 2012, Ince & Co insurance specialist Simon Cooper won in the insurance/reinsurance category for the UK.
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