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Russell McVeagh's talent highlighted in Chambers guide

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Published on: December 10, 2019


Russell McVeagh is delighted to see so many of its talented lawyers recognised in the Chambers and Partners Asia Pacific 2020 guide, including several newly ranked individuals. 

Ben Paterson (Corporate/Commercial), Polly Pope (Restructuring & Insolvency), Daniel Minhinnick (Environment & Resource Management), and Anna Crosbie (Real Estate) were each ranked 'Up and Coming' for the first time in their respective fields of expertise.

The firm's varied practice groups were also eminently ranked by the guide, which you can view here.

We would like to thank our clients for providing Chambers with some outstanding feedback, including:

"They bring a multidisciplinary approach to their emphasis on the economic and data-analytical side and weave together analysis with advice that is very commercially focused." – Competition/Antitrust.

"I can't speak highly enough of them; they're like part of our business. They're fantastic, they help us to understand the market and offer really commercial advice and information." – Corporate/Commercial client.

"They play a critical role, are easy to work with and have the resources and experience to provide timely advice under tight timeframes." – Energy & Natural Resources client.

Other leading rankings in the newly-released guide include: Guy Lethbridge (Banking & Finance), Tim Clarke (Public Law), Ed Crook (Real Estate), Matt Kersey (Restructuring/Insolvency), Brendan Brown (Tax), Fred Ward (Tax), Deemple Budhia (Banking & Finance), John Powell (Banking & Finance), David Butler (Real Estate), Troy Pilkington (Competition/Antitrust), Joe Windmeyer (Corporate/Commercial), Sarah Armstrong (Dispute Resolution), Mei Fern Johnson (Energy & Natural Resources), Craig Shrive (Public Law), David Hoare (Corporate/Commercial), Kylie Dunn (Employment), Allison Arthur-Young (Environment & Resource Management), Steve Rendall (Real Estate), and Tom Hunt (Banking & Finance).