Global Arbitration Review ranks Chadbourne in its guide to leading arbitration law firms
Chadbourne & Parke LLP is pleased to announce that it has been named to Global Arbitration Review’s GAR 100 — 2013 guide to the top arbitration practices in the world.
This is the fifth year that Chadbourne has been included in Global Arbitration Review’s annual survey confirming its status as one of the world’s preeminent international arbitration firms.
The guide cites highlights of Chadbourne’s international arbitration practice during the past year, including the arrivals of prominent lawyers Mark Beckett and Rachel Thorn as partners based in the firm’s New York office, as well as discussing that clients benefit from the Firm’s ‘value add’ approach.
Chadbourne’s inclusion in the GAR 100 survey is based on the firm’s reputation, performance and experience over the last two years. Factors taken into account include the number of merits hearings and jurisdictional hearings the firms have participated in over the past two years and the number of practitioners who appear in The International Who’s Who of Commercial Arbitration.
This latest recognition by GAR is the most recent of a series of honours won by Chadbourne’s International Arbitration practice. Chadbourne’s international arbitration practice and several of its attorneys have been ranked by Chambers Global, Chambers UK, Chambers USA, Legal 500 UK, Legal 500 US and Chambers Latin America.
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