October 23, 2020
Gibson Dunn was recognized with four firm and 14 individual rankings in the 2021 edition of Chambers UK. The firm was recognized in the categories: Competition Law – London; International Arbitration: Commercial Arbitration – UK-wide; International Arbitration: Investor-State Arbitration; and Real Estate Finance – London. The following partners were recognized in their respective practice areas: Cyrus Benson in International Arbitration – UK-wide, Sandy Bhogal in Tax – London, James Cox in Employment: Employer – London, Sacha Harber-Kelly in Financial Crime: Corporates – London, Chris Haynes in Capital Markets: Equity – UK-wide, Anna Howell in Energy & Natural Resources: Oil & Gas – UK-wide, Penny Madden in International Arbitration – UK-wide, Ali Nikpay in Competition Law – London, Alan Samson in Real Estate: Big Ticket – London and Real Estate Finance – London, Jeff Sullivan in International Arbitration – UK-wide and Public International Law – London, Deirdre Taylor in Competition Law – London, and Steve Thierbach in Capital Markets: Equity – UK-wide. The guide was published on October 22, 2020.
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s London office offers full-service English and U.S. law capability, including corporate, finance, dispute resolution, competition/antitrust, real estate, labor and employment, and tax. Our lawyers advise international corporations, financial institutions, private equity funds and governments on complex and challenging transactions and disputes.
Our London corporate practice is at the forefront of cross-border M&A, financing and joint venture transactions, including advising clients seeking to access U.S. and European capital markets. Our London litigation practice handle major domestic and multi-jurisdictional commercial cases before English, EU and Commonwealth courts, and have a wealth of experience in taking complex matters to trial. Gibson Dunn’s London office was founded more than 40 years ago. Our dynamic team includes many dual-qualified lawyers with extensive language skills.