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Dechert LLP

160 QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, EC4V 4QQ, ENGLAND
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London: Corporate and commercial

Corporate tax
Corporate tax - ranked: tier 5

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP's 'exceptionally responsive' tax team is most noted for its funds work, for which it is 'absolutely focused on the client's needs and commercial objectives'.¬† In addition to investment managers, the group handles private equity tax advice throughout the full investment cycle and a significant amount of real estate-related matters. 'Outstanding technically', Mark Stapleton¬†is 'absolutely brilliant with clients'. Stapleton advised Chrysaor on the tax aspects of its $3.8bn acquisition of a package of assets in the UK North Sea from Shell UK. He also advised Chenavari Investment Managers on its third EU CLO in relation to the issuance of¬†‚ā¨365m of Notes.¬†Jane Scobie¬†provided tax advice to Sun Capital on the sale of¬†Alb√©a to PAI Partners, which involved structuring the sale and cross-border tax issues.

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EU and competition: trade, WTO anti-dumping and customs
EU and competition: trade, WTO anti-dumping and customs - ranked: tier 2

Dechert LLP

The ‚Äėexcellent‚Äô practice at¬†Dechert LLP¬†is headed by international trade practice co-chair¬†Miriam Gonzalez, whose focus is in international and EU trade law policy. The team includes senior directors¬†Roger Matthews, whose previous experience includes roles with the European Commission and at HM Treasury; and¬†Andrew Hood, who was the legal adviser to the UK Prime Minister prior to joining the firm. Areas of focus for the practice include economic sanctions and trade embargoes, regulatory compliance, and advice on infringements of EU single market regulations.

Leading individuals

Miriam Gonzalez - Dechert LLP

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Equity capital markets
Equity capital markets - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

The team at Dechert LLP has excellent cross-border capabilities, and acts on a range of equity capital markets matters. Patrick Lyons, who speaks French and Arabic, is the practice's US-qualified expert; he acted for Raya Contact Centre on a share offering on the Egyptian Exchange, and assisted Ferrexpo with a £150m share-sale via accelerated book-build. He also advised one French biotech company on a US private placement. Allenby Capital and Investec Bank are additional clients. Noted for his experience in the Middle East and North Africa, Camille Abousleiman heads the department jointly with Douglas Getter; Sean Geraghty is also recommended.

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Financial services
Financial services (non-contentious/ regulatory) - ranked: tier 5

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP  handles a tremendous flow of regulatory work on behalf of the firm's market leading roster of funds clients which includes 18 out of 20 of the world's largest asset managers. Benefiting from UK and US-qualified lawyers based in London and also able to tap into the expertise of practitioners on the ground in key fund jurisdictions (including Luxembourg, Ireland and the US) the team is well-placed to advice on UK and EU laws impacting funds, as well as on the extraterritorial impact of US legislation. Dual UK and US-qualified partner Richard Heffner recently provided the regulatory input pursuant to Investcorp's acquisition of the debt management business of 3i from UK-based group 3i Group plc. US-qualified partner Karen Anderberg excels in handling big-ticket work for major funds clients including on the regulatory issues associated with ensuring distribution arrangements are compliant with the various global regulations including on compliance with MiFID ii. The arrival in September 2017 of Monica Gogna from Ropes & Gray LLP further strengthens the team that also includes the well regarded Richard Frase, who as well as his fee-earning work also chair's the Alternative Investment Management Association (AIMA) working group covering product governance.

Next generation lawyers

Monica Gogna - Dechert LLP

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Flotations: small and mid-cap
Flotations: small and mid-cap - ranked: tier 3

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP's group has built up a first-rate practice under the leadership of its team head Sean Geraghty, with it handling listings (Official List/AIM/overseas), secondary transactions, and follow-on corporate M&A and governance issues. Its client roster includes corporate issuers, sovereign wealth funds and investment funds. It also advises NOMADs and brokers; in 2017, Geraghty and associate Jodie Valler-Feltham acted for Investec Bank in a £30m raising by ITM Power through a placing and open offer. In another matter, Geraghty, Patrick Lyons, Douglas Getter and others are advising Allenby Capital and Panmure Gordon as joint brokers and financial advisers on Audioboom Group Plc's £155m fundraising, the proceeds of which are primarily to enable the client to acquire Triton Digital from Vector Capital. On the issuer side, Lyons acted for Zealand Pharma (which was already listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen) on its $90m IPO on The NASDAQ Global Select Market; this matter represented the first-ever dual listing of a Danish biotechnology company.

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M&A: upper mid-market and premium deals, £250m+
M&A: upper mid-market and premium deals, £250m+ - ranked: tier 7

Dechert LLP

The team at¬†Dechert LLP¬†is ‚Äėhighly responsive‚Äô, ‚Äėhighly knowledgeable in the support of M&A‚Äô and ‚Äėdisplays a deep bench of resources to help maintain comprehensive coverage‚Äô. The practice is active in a wide variety of sectors, including energy, telecoms, life sciences and insurance. Practice head¬†Douglas Getter¬†has led on a wide range of cross-border deals this year, including CIT Group‚Äôs sale of its European rail leasing business for ‚ā¨920m and the UK aspects of Crown Holding‚Äôs $3.9bn acquisition of Signode Industrial Group.¬†Sean Geraghty¬†acted for Columna Capital in connection with the sale by Identitag Secondary Opportunities of the share capital of the Datamars Group and advised SQS Software Quality Systems on its proposed acquisition by Assystem Services Deutschland. On the energy front, the ‚Äėfirm, thorough and pragmatic‚Äô¬†Jonathan Angell¬†advised Chrysaor Holdings on its $3bn purchase of a package of oil and gas in the North Sea from Shell UK.¬†Christopher Field¬†and¬†Robert Bradshaw¬†both joined the practice in 2017 from¬†Kirkland & Ellis International LLP.

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Partnership
Partnership - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP's 'extremely good' team is noted for its 'proactive' approach to partnership matters including structuring, formation, dissolution, disputed removals, breaches of good faith, enforcement of post-termination restrictions, in addition to tax and regulatory work. The group is predominantly instructed by clients in the financial services and investment funds space. The 'astute' Jason Butwick who stands out for providing 'accessible' and 'commercial' advice, leads the practice. Employment lawyer Charles Wynn-Evans acts for a wide range of LLPs and LLP members engaged in partnership disputes. Co-head of the global financial services group, Gus Black has particular expertise in the establishment of LLP and LP structures and negotiating LLP and LP agreements for asset management businesses.

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Private equity: transactions
Private equity: transactions ‚Äď high-value deals - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP, whose global private equity platform expanded significantly in 2016 off the back of a number of key hires (including the arrivals of Ross Allardice and John Markland from White & Case LLP and Kirkland & Ellis International LLP respectively), has made further investments to build out its offering; corporate and debt finance expert Robert Bradshaw joined from Kirkland & Ellis International LLP in April 2017, with corporate/private equity partner Christopher Field and tax specialist Jane Scobie subsequently making the same move in September that year. The growth of the practice has also been reflected by the firm successfully winning work from a number of new clients, including Ares Capital Management, Astorg Partners and Nordic Capital. Markland, Bradshaw and finance partner Giles Belsey acted for South Korean memory chip manufacturer Sk hynix Inc as one of the members of a consortium (led by Bain Capital), which acquired Toshiba Corporation's NAND flash memory and solid state drive business for $18bn. In another matter, Field, Scobie and Markland were part of the team which advised an affiliate of Sun European Partners and other selling shareholders on the potential sale of Albéa SA to PAI Partners. Field and Allardice co-head the team with Douglas Getter and Jonathan Angell. Mark Evans and Tony Brown are notable associates.

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London: Crime, fraud and licensing

Fraud: civil
Fraud: civil - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP¬†handles complex multi-jurisdictional civil fraud and has particular experience in Europe, Russia and the CIS, the Caucasus, the Middle East and Latin America. The firm is acting for the joint liquidators of Webinvest in two related multi-party actions in the Chancery Division relating to fraudulent transactions, the claims are worth $175m and ‚ā¨4m. Head of team Andrew Hearn¬†is ‚Äėthe godfather of fraud claims, an ace litigator and knows everything and everyone‚Äô. Adam Silver¬†is ‚Äėa masterful strategist on complex litigation and brings huge drive and dynamism to his cases‚Äô. Stephen Surgeoner, who is ‚Äėexperienced, wise and gets to the point and delivers results‚Äô, joined as partner. David Hughes¬†left the firm for Stewarts Law LLP.

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Fraud: white-collar crime
Fraud: white-collar crime - ranked: tier 1

Dechert LLP

‚ÄėInnovative, effective and highly strategic‚Äô Dechert LLP¬†is adept at representing individuals in relation to regulatory investigations and prosecutions by the SFO, HMRC, Department of Justice (DOJ), FCA and the Office of Fair Trading. The firm continues to act for a former employee of Alstom in relation to a conspiracy to pay bribes to win contracts for the supply of trains to the Budapest Metro, the matter is valued at ‚ā¨229m. Neil Gerrard¬†¬†heads the team, he is ‚Äėa highly experienced and effective litigator, well respected by law enforcement and regulators alike‚Äô. Matthew Cowie¬†has ‚Äėan excellent grasp of the law‚Äô and is ‚Äėpassionate about his clients‚Äô. Caroline Black¬†has ‚Äėthe ability to keep cool in complex and stressful situations‚Äô. Roger Burlingame¬†joined from Kobre & Kim LLP.

Leading individuals

Neil Gerrard - Dechert LLP

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London: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation
Commercial litigation - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP's 'extremely good team provides sharp response times, has very strong business acumen, gives appropriate advice and has strong bench strength'. The London office specialises in high-profile, high-value international litigation, with particular experience in sectors such as financial services, manufacturing and retail, and minerals and mining, as well as media and publishing, real estate and telecoms. It acted for the joint liquidators of Webinvest in two related multi-party actions in the Chancery Division, which sought to unwind a series of complex fraudulent transactions. Andrew Hearn is 'sharp and steady and delivers extremely reliable advice'; and Stephen Surgeoner 'offers pragmatic, focused advice'. Bernard Caulfield and Adam Silver are also highly regarded, and Julie Witham is a key senior associate.

Leading individuals

Andrew Hearn - Dechert LLP

Dorothy Cory-Wright - Dechert LLP

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London: Finance

Acquisition finance
Acquisition finance - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Able to leverage the firm's very strong funds brand, both on the formation side and on transactions, Dechert LLP continues to be on the ascendancy in the market since the relatively recent formation of its leveraged finance offering. Focused on advising those in the asset management space, either in their capacity as borrowers seeking to raise finance to facilitate M&A deals, or as direct lenders, the team is praised for its 'top-quality advice and execution' and its 'responsiveness, creativity and industry knowledge'. Described by one client as a 'rare and true rock star of leveraged finance', team head John Markland 'combines deep knowledge of the underlying matter with a commercial aptitude that allows him to effortlessly straddle the principal/adviser divide and deliver superior tactical legal advice'. Particularly strong on the private equity sponsor side, Markland regularly handles work for core client Mid-Europa Partners including recently assisting portfolio company, Moji Brendovi, on a refinancing/recapitalization. The 'excellent' Philip Butler and David Miles 'balance detail and understanding of complexity with commerciality' and both have a 'very strong reputation' for mid-market work in the burgeoning direct lending space. Butler recently advised Ares Management and RBS on a senior debt financing package to support Phoenix Equity Partners’ acquisition of a majority stake in the Forest Holidays Group. Other clients include CVC Credit Partners and VTB Capital.

Leading individuals

John Markland - Dechert LLP

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Corporate restructuring and insolvency
Corporate restructuring and insolvency - ranked: tier 8

Dechert LLP

Headed by Paul Fleming, Dechert LLP's four-partner multi-disciplinary team has a particular focus advising bondholders (where the team is able to tap into the firm's vast fund client base) on 'complex international insolvency matters involving litigation in numerous jurisdictions'. 'A masterful strategist on complex litigation', Adam Silver 'grasps both the detail and bigger picture'; he continues to act for emerging markets hedge fund, Argentum Creek Partners, on challenging the restructuring of notes issued by the Berau Coal group. Leveraging their significant debt capital markets knowledge, in particular, Camille Abousleiman and the 'excellent' Giles Belsey are also regularly engaged in restructuring mandates.

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Debt capital markets
Debt capital markets - ranked: tier 3

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP handles the full range of international debt and equity transactions from its London office, which also handles liability management exercises. Its client roster is diverse and includes global investment banks, financial institutions and a wide range of issuers including sovereigns, quasi-sovereigns, corporates and investment funds. The practice is best known for its work in emerging markets, which has extensive experience in the Middle East and North Africa, the Mediterranean basin, Central and Eastern Europe, the CIS and Caucasus regions, and Central Asia. This focus on developing markets sees the practice handle highly innovative and first-of-kind transactions. 2017 highlights included acting for lead managers Barclays, Byblos Bank, JPMorgan and Société Générale de Banque au Liban on the Lebanese Republic's $3bn triple-tranche bond issuance under its $28bn GMTN programme, which represented the country's largest-ever sovereign bond issue. Camille Abousleiman, who has more than 25 years' experience in the market, led that deal with the support of US-qualified partner Patrick Lyons. They also advised the Kingdom of Bahrain on its $3bn combined issuance. Associate Jennifer Rees is a rising star and played a key role in both deals. Sarah Smith, who specialises in public and privately-placed structured finance transactions, joined from Akin Gump LLP in April 2019.

Leading individuals

Camille Abousleiman - Dechert LLP

Next generation lawyers

Jennifer Rees - Dechert LLP

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Emerging markets
Emerging markets - ranked: tier 2

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP 'gets top marks for its response times, the engagement of the specialists and its industry knowledge'.The firm has a strong reputation in capital markets deals in emerging markets across the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean basin, Central and Eastern Europe, the CIS and Central Asia. It handles the full range debt and equity transactions and has both English and US law capability in London, which sees it play a key role in public and private Rule 144a/Regulation S issuances. including high yield bonds. Camille Abousleiman, who is co-head of the corporate and securities group, is recognised as a leading light in emerging markets sovereign and quasi-sovereign debt deals. He recently advised Barclays , Byblos Bank, JPMorgan and Société Générale de Banque au Liban as joint lead managers and bookrunners on a $3bn triple-tranche bond offering by the Lebanese Republic. US securities partner Patrick Lyons 'can always find the most suitable and loss-saving option' and played a key role in that deal. The practice also acted for the Kingdom of Bahrain in its $3bn combined issuance of bonds and trust certificates, which is the country's largest-ever syndicated debt deal. In another $3bn offering, the practice acted for the Arab Republic of Egypt in a multi-tranche bond issue under its GMTN programme.

Leading individuals

Camille Abousleiman - Dechert LLP

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Securitisation
Securitisation - ranked: tier 3

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP¬†has a combined finance and real estate practice that focuses mainly on CMBS and RMBS deals, though it also handles¬†portfolios sales and acquisitions, warehouse financing and trade receivables deals, and CLOs. The firm acts for a number of leading players in the securitisation market, including asset manager Apollo Management International.¬†US-qualified¬†James Waddington¬†advised that client on a¬†CLO reset transaction relating to the issuance of¬† ‚ā¨414m in notes. He also acted for investment manager Marble Point Credit Management in the $650m acquisition of¬†American Capital CLO Management, which is a CLO investment manager with approximately $3.4bn in assets under management, across eight collateralised loan obligation vehicles. As part of the transaction he also¬†established Marble Point‚Äôs Guernsey Originator Fund to hold the risk retention securities in EU CLOs.¬†Key partner¬†Charles Malpass¬†advised private equity groups Apollo and Blackstone as co-investors in connection with a financial guarantee, comprised of a synthetic risk transfer, of a high-value commercial real estate debt portfolio.¬†Giles Belsey¬†advised¬†Investec Bank plc on a structured financing arrangement to provide secured debt finance to a new Luxembourg securitisation vehicle. Sarah Smith, who advises on the restructuring of structured finance instruments, joined from Akin Gump LLP¬†in April 2019.

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London: Human resources

Employment: employers and senior executives
Employment: employers and senior executives - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Employment: senior executives - ranked: tier 2

Dechert LLP

The 'highly commercial' Jason Butwick and Charles Wynn-Evans, who 'easily cuts to the chase', jointly lead Dechert LLP's department, which is 'able to easily deal with anything its clients can throw at it' with 'excellent responsiveness, a client-focused service and a pragmatic approach'. Key areas of strength include assisting clients in the financial services, insurance, marketing and media sectors and handling work for senior executives; clients include BNY Mellon, Cambridge Assessment, Aspentech, Barbican Insurance Group and The Folio Society. Senior associates Jennifer McGrandle and Emma Byford are also key names to note.

Leading individuals

Charles Wynn-Evans - Dechert LLP

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London: Insurance

Insurance and reinsurance litigation
Leading individuals

Stephen Surgeoner - Dechert Russia LLC

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London: Investment fund formation and management

Hedge funds
Hedge funds - ranked: tier 2

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP handles a range of hedge fund work for a mixture of managers, many of which involving structures domiciled in the European Union. Mikhaelle Schiappacasse, who was promoted to partner at the start of 2018, and Abigail Bell  also handle work for notable managers, some of which involving Irish structures. Christopher Gardner and senior associate Gemma Long  are recommended for their 'quality of service and advice'. Clients include Gemcorp Capital, Sloane Robinson and Cheyne Capital, as well as new spin-out managers such as Whitecroft Capital Management plus heavyweight limited partners. Peter Astleford has retired.

Next generation lawyers

Craig Borthwick - Dechert LLP

Mikhaelle Schiappacasse - Dechert LLP

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Private funds
Private funds - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP 'has a solid practice with capabilities across many areas of private funds'. Debt funds are a particular area of strength; the practice is often called on to handles complex European regulatory issues and matters at the crossover of hedge and private funds. The 'brilliantly commercial' Gus Black  is 'a total star of the credit fund formation space'. Other key figures include Christopher Gardner, who is 'an established and high-performing private equity and private credit partner'; Stuart Martin, who is 'a key name in the funds community, with a growing credit funds practice'; and Abigail Bell. Thiha Tun, who advises alternative asset fund sponsors, institutional investors and financial advisors on a broad range of issues, joined from Akin Gump LLP in March 2019. Clients include Cheyne Capital, Columna Capital and Gemcorp Capital.

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Retail funds
Retail funds - ranked: tier 3

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP is 'very good and knowledgeable, and well-connected in the fund distribution industry too'. The team acts for a number of asset managers, including lengthy relationships with many of the leading names in the sector. Karen Anderberg, who is qualified in the US and advises on matters concerning SEC and CFTC regulation, handles work for leading UCITS managers, while Abigail Bell advises TT International. Regulatory specialist Monica Gogna joined from Ropes & Gray LLP.

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London: Real estate

Commercial property
Commercial property: corporate occupiers - ranked: tier 3

Dechert LLP

Commercial property: investment - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Commercial property: retail - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

‚ÄėBy international standards‚Äô, Dechert LLP‚Äôs London real estate department is ‚Äėexcellent in all respects‚Äô. The team attracts multimillion-pound investment mandates from North American, European and Middle Eastern investors, and also provides real estate support to the firm‚Äôs corporate client base. William Fryzer¬†assisted SAL Pension Fund with numerous occupational lease matters, handled various transactions including two restaurant disposals in Kingston Upon Thames, and also provides the client with ongoing portfolio management advice. Counsel and department head David Gervais, who is rated for his ‚Äėresponsiveness and flexibility‚Äô, assisted Bicycle Theraputics with the relocation of its research facility at Babraham Research Campus, Cambridge, and has also advised a well-known luxury retailer on the lease of its flagship store in London. Associate Isaac Bordon¬†is also recommended.

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Property finance
Property finance - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

The team at Dechert LLP specialises in structured finance and loan-on-loan matters, particularly with a cross-border element, and counts a number of leading funds among its clients, including Apollo, Blackstone (a new client), Bain Capital, Chenavari and Hayfin. Charles Malpass, who heads the department, recently acted for an affiliate of Apollo Global Management as the lender on several high-profile developments in London worth £300m; he was assisted by newly promoted counsel Kevin-Paul Deveau and senior associate Andrew Papworth.

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London: Risk advisory

Brexit
Brexit - ranked: tier 1

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP's international trade team works with 15 sector experts across the firm to assist clients with minimising commercial and operational risks arising from Brexit, and with identifying and maximising opportunities. The group also advises clients on its engagements with investors, customers and the UK government, among others. Miriam Gonzalez, who co-chairs the firm's  international trade and government regulation practice, has particular expertise in EU and WTO trade negotiations; she has previously served as the lead EU negotiator on the WTO Basic Agreement on Telecommunications, and also led the services negotiations for EU bilateral and WTO accession agreements on e-commerce. Her other areas of expertise include EU and WTO internal market regulations, export controls and foreign investment proceedings. Senior director Andrew Hood advises governments, industry bodies and companies on the implications of Brexit, including UK and EU regulatory issues; he has previously served as the legal adviser to the UK Prime Minister, and also acted as Head of International and EU law at the Attorney General's office. In 2017, Hood provided insights to the House of Lords International Trade Committee on the continuing application of EU trade agreements for the UK post-Brexit. Senior director Roger Matthews is another key contact in the team, which is praised for its 'unparalleled understanding of the issues and context at play on both sides of the Channel'.

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Regulatory investigations and corporate crime
Regulatory investigations and corporate crime - ranked: tier 1

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP¬†has ‚Äėa professional and experienced team composed of really nice lawyers‚Äô. It advises corporate clients on fraud, bribery, money laundering, international trade, export control and sanctions issues. It is adept at handling investigations by the National Crime Agency (NCA), SFO, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and various European Union (EU) institutions. Neil Gerrard¬†heads the team and is ‚Äėin the first rank of practitioners in the field‚Äô. Matthew Cowie¬†¬†has ‚Äėan excellent grasp of the law along with the ability to ensure that involved parties work together in a collaborative way when possible‚Äô. Caroline Black¬†‚Äėkeeps cool in complex and stressful situations with senior decision makers‚Äô, Miriam Gonzalez¬†is also recommended. Roger Burlingame¬†joined as partner from Kobre & Kim LLP. David Hughes¬†left for Stewarts Law LLP.

Leading individuals

Matthew Cowie - Dechert LLP

Neil Gerrard - Dechert LLP

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London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

The 'proactive and responsive' intellectual property group at Dechert LLP is recommended for cross-border matters and is praised for being 'technically able and well-connected internationally'. Practice head Paul Kavanagh, alongside senior associate Nathan Smith, is advising Alibaba Group on trade mark protection and disputes regarding other rights across Europe, Georgia and the Caribbean. In another work highlight, a team led by Edward Kling in the UK and US-based partner Martin Black acted for Norgine in a dispute relating to the scope of an exclusive licence and supply agreement in the US with Salix Pharmaceuticals. Asos and Thomas Cook Group are both clients.

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Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology
Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology - ranked: tier 4

Dechert LLP

Dechert LLP's cross-department life sciences team handles M&A, financing, capital markets and regulatory matters. Practice head Graham Defries specialises in transactions; he advised Bicycle Therapeutics Limited on its £40m Series B equity financing round and assisted Biocon with its collaboration with Sandoz towards the development of biosimilars in the fields of immunocology and oncology. Also recommended are cross-border transactions expert Andrew Harrow, and Patrick Lyons, who specialises in capital markets transactions.

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Latin America: International firms

International arbitration
Leading individuals

Eduardo Silva Romero - Dechert LLP

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