Memery Crystal improves rankings in latest edition of UK Legal 500

Memery Crystal has improved on its rankings in the latest UK Legal 500, which was released on 26 September 2013. The law firm maintained each of its previous rankings while adding three new practice area rankings and nine new recommendations for individual lawyers.

The 13 practice areas for which Memery Crystal received rankings are:

  • Corporate and commercial: Commercial contracts (new ranking)
  • Corporate and commercial: Flotations — small and mid-cap
  • Corporate and commercial: M&A — smaller deals up to £50m
  • Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation
  • Human resources: Employment: Employers
  • Human resources: Employment: Senior executives (new ranking)
  • Private client: Family
  • Projects, energy and natural resources: Mining and minerals
  • Projects, energy and natural resources: Oil and gas
  • Public sector: Education — Schools
  • Real estate: Commercial property
  • Real estate: Commercial property — Retail
  • Real estate: Property litigation (new ranking)

The 21 individual lawyer recommendations received are:

  • Merrill April — Employment
  • Ursula Danagher — Family
  • Nick Davis — Flotations: small and mid-cap
  • Nick Davis — Mining and minerals
  • Nick Davis — Oil and gas (new ranking)
  • Michael Dawes — Oil and gas (new ranking)
  • Ruth Deehan — Commercial property
  • Richard Evans — Property litigation (new ranking)
  • Lesley Gregory — Flotations: small and mid-cap — Leading Individual
  • Mark Hogan — Commercial property
  • Jane Marsden — Commercial litigation
  • Stephen Milne — Commercial contracts (new ranking)
  • Stephen Milne — Employment (new ranking)
  • Joanna Norris — Family (new ranking)
  • Eugene O’Keeffe — Commercial property (new ranking)
  • Eugene O’Keeffe — Education — schools
  • Harvey Rands — Commercial litigation
  • Greg Scott — M&A — smaller deals up to £50m
  • Nicholas Scott — Commercial litigation (new ranking)
  • Bree Taylor — Commercial litigation
  • David Walker — Flotations: small and mid-cap (new ranking)
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Overview

44 Southampton Buildings
London
WC2A 1AP
UK

Turnover (£m): 16.60
No. of Lawyers: 56