Who’s Who Legal brings together three of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss key issues facing shipping lawyers today.
Who’s Who Legal brings together six of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss key issues facing aviation lawyers today.
The International Who’s Who of Aviation Lawyers brings together three of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss key issues facing lawyers today.
Our first edition of Who’s Who Legal: Transport addresses aviation law and its three distinct branches, namely contentious, finance and regulatory. Our research also looks at key international trends in shipping law and their effect on the legal marketplace.
This year we have conducted research on the world’s leading shipping lawyers for the first time since 2010 and subsequently combined the findings with our in-depth aviation research, resulting in a book that comprehensively reflects the global scope of the transport legal market and identifies the leading practitioners and firms across the four distinct areas covered. We identify 1,262 practitioners from 533 firms and 76 countries as the leading lawyers in the field, following votes from clients and fellow private practitioners.
In this edition Who's Who Legal singles out the world's leading individuals and firms in the field of aviation law in three distinct sectors: contentious, finance and regulatory. Clyde & Co once again leads our research with a very impressive 28 listings, with practitioners from its offices around the globe recognised. Holman Fenwick Willan garners 23 inclusions across three continents and following closely behind is Norton Rose Fulbright with 22 listings. Clifford Chance earns 19 inclusions and US firm Condon & Forsyth boasts 17 inclusions.
We also single out the world's most highly regarded individuals the areas of contentious, finance and regulatory aviation law.
In this section of our publication we bring together Simon Liddy of HWL Ebsworth and Frank Silane of Condon & Forsyth to explore the key issues facing contentious experts. They discuss volume and types of work, including the activity of the US plaintiffs bar, passenger rights claims and consumer class actions.To read this discussion please click here.
We also feature an article by Mert Hifzi and Sue Barham of Holman Fenwick Willan, which explores recent proposed revisions to EU air passenger rights. To read the full article please click here.
Three of the world's top aviation finance lawyers discuss key issues in this area of specialism; Julie McLean of Conyers Dill & Pearman, Berend Crans of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek and Edward Gross of Vedder Price talk about types of investors, interest from China, the impact of the growing demand for new aircraft and new entrants into the market.To read this roundtable discussion please click here.
This section also features an article by Donald Gray and Auriol Marasco of Blake Cassels & Graydon on Air Canada's first EETC offering, which particularly explores the impact of Cape Town convention and the benefits it can bring. To read the full article please click here.
In this edition of Who's Who Legal: Aviation individuals are either recognised for their full range of aviation services or their niche specialism in particular. Depending on their specialism and jurisdiction levels of work have varied, with "persistence, patience and flexibility" being the buzzwords for lawyers in this field, as practitioners report a "topsy-turvy" year.
Our research utilises the feedback from corporate counsel and private practitioners across the globe to pick out 494 individuals who are considered outstanding in the field of aviation law. The renowned aviation and maritime specialists, Clyde & Co LLP top the research with 18 lawyers, followed by Norton Rose with 14 listings, 12 experts from White & Case and 11 from Clifford Chance, two of whom appear among our most highly regarded individuals.
With the benefit of over 14 years of research and tens of thousands of votes from clients and private practitioners, Who’s Who Legal takes a closer look at developing trends in the aviation legal marketplace worldwide. We explore changes in the marketplace affecting financing and regulation.
This year we highlight 458 aviation lawyers in 61 jurisdictions who have been voted as the best in the field.
With the benefit of over 14 years of research and tens of thousands of votes from clients and private practitioners, Who’s Who Legal takes a closer look at developing trends in the aviation legal marketplace worldwide.
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Nominees have been selected based upon comprehensive, independent survey work with both general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide. Only specialists who have met independent international research criteria are listed.