Recognition demonstrates quality of legal services across the firm
Moore Blatch has gained widespread recognition in Chambers, the UK’s leading guide to the top lawyers and law firms in the UK. Moore Blatch was recognised for 13 practice areas, all in the top 4 bands, as well as 21 individuals with many individuals rising up the rankings or being listed for the first time.
The Clinical negligence and Personal injury teams, praised for their “highly impressive track record” and “outstanding reputation”, were given the highest rankings in band 1.
Also recognised were Agriculture and rural affairs, Corporate M&A, Insolvency and restructuring, Professional negligence, Employment, Family/matrimonial, Real Estate, and Litigation.
Twenty-one Moore Blatch lawyers are listed as leaders in their field, with Anne Cassidy (Clinical negligence), Damian Horan (Personal injury), Debra Emery (Family and matrimonial), Tim Spring (Clinical negligence) and Trevor Sterling (Personal injury) all placed in the band 1. Ed Whittington, the firm’s Managing partner, is listed as an ‘Eminent Practitioner’, described by the guide as a ‘highly influential lawyer’. Lawyers were praised by clients as being “brilliant” and “superb” with many commenting on how the lawyers are “very professional” as well as “personable and down to earth” and “supportive and empathetic”.
Ed Whittington, Managing partner, commented “Chambers rankings can be hard to achieve, so these results are testament to the quality of our people and the services we provide. They also demonstrate our commitment to understanding our client’s needs, and our focus on achieving the very best outcomes for them. I am delighted this been reflected in both the firm’s ranking and in the feedback we have received from our clients.”