Once again, both individual lawyers and teams at Pannone Corporate have featured strongly in this year’s Chambers 2024, consolidating the impressive showing in the Legal 500 rankings, which were announced last month.
Chambers and Partners identifies the best law firms globally, from multi-nationals to boutiques, based on independent research and analysis of feedback from clients, peers and the wider market.
Highlights from this year’s Chambers 2024 include:
- The Corporate team maintaining their Tier One band for the second successive year
- The IP and Media team continuing their strong run in Tier Two, having moved up in the 2022 rankings
- The litigation team making it seven years in a row as a Tier Three ranked team
- In Employment, partner, Fiona Hamor has been ranked individually, along with David Walton and Bill Dunkerley in the Health & Safety team
- Both Gareth Birch (Real Estate) and Daniel Clarke (Restructuring and Insolvency) feature individually for the second successive year
- In total, Pannone has 12 individually ranked lawyers, with four on the ‘ones to watch’ list.
So, what do our clients say about us?
Corporate: “They understand the market and the needs of clients and formulate them into pragmatic solutions.”
Employment: “A great all-round team of high-level thinkers with the ability to transfer that knowledge into actionable solutions.”
Litigation: “No stone is left unturned and every correspondence is well considered.”
IT: “Pannone’s commercial awareness is a key distinguishing factor of them as a firm.”
Commenting on this year’s results, senior partner Paul Jonson said: “It’s excellent to see such positive feedback from clients, highlighting our strong and client-orientated approach, robust and highly professional advice, ability to translate complex legal matters, and a clear commercial awareness – all important and consistent qualities across the firm.”
Chambers produces annual rankings of teams and individuals according to their area of specialism. They take into account: client service; technical legal ability; depth of team; commercial vision and business understanding; diligence and value for money.
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