In this chapter we recognise 141 partners and non-partners as future leaders in the investigations field. They rank highly for their excellence in handling white-collar crime proceedings, corporate compliance and regulatory enforcement.
Our research into global digital forensic experts sees 68 market-leading practitioners highlighted for their exemplary work on investigations, concerning e-discovery, computer forensics and asset tracing.
This year we highlight 173 market-leading forensic accountants operating in investigations proceedings. They have been chosen for their top-notch skills and experience of providing expert witness testimony in litigation and arbitration proceedings; advising on valuation issues; and conducting analyses in investigations across a wide variety of sectors and jurisdictions.
In this chapter, we identify 68 future leaders in corporate immigration law, who have been selected for their skill and experience in assisting domestic and international clients on visa applications, immigration strategies, workforce mobility and regulatory issues.
This year’s research commends 58 economists as future leaders in the competition economist space. Selected from over 28 firms and across 15 different countries, clients and peers recognise them as rising stars in providing expert testimony and advisory services.
In this year’s research, we recognise a total of 61 partners and 41 non-partners who have been recognised as Future Leaders for their excellent work in the construction market. The types of matters they have advised on include regulatory issues, commercial disputes and contracts, and project development.
On Wednesday 4th December 2019, the Who’s Who Legal Future Leaders: Competition Conference took place at Freshfields in London. Global Competition Review’s Emily Craig reported on the panel which discussed getting deals cleared in a post-Brexit UK.