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AKD CHAMBERS IN EUROPE 2011

May 2011

Chambers is a leading annual guide within the legal profession.

In the new edition for 2011, AKD was awarded the highest rankings for the categories Real Estate: Zoning & Planning and Transportation: Litigation & Regulatory. As it did last year, Chambers Europe 2011 recommends AKD for nine areas of law.

Individual recognition

The Chambers survey recognises lawyers who are explicitly and repeatedly named by peers and/or references as 'Leaders in their Field'. AKD has broken its own record with 14 lawyers recognised by Chambers Europe as 'Leaders in their Field', compared with 11 lawyers last year.

List of the rankings

The complete list is shown below. In addition to this list, the detailed editorial comments are also available.

Legal field

Ranking

Individual recognition

Ranking

Corporate/M&A

Band 4

Carlos Pita Cao

Band U

Employment

Band 4

François Defaix

Band 4

 

 

Henrike van de Laar

Band U

Intellectual Property

General - Mostly Trade Mark/Copyright

Huib Berendschot

Band 4

Private Equity

Band 4

Nathalie van Woerkom

Band 4

 

 

Matthijs Ingen-Housz

Band 4

Real Estate

Band 4

Jean- Pierre van Eijck

Band 4

 

 

 

 

Real Estate: Zoning & Planning

Band 1

 

 

Restructuring/Insolvency: Administration

Band 4

Barend de Roy van Zuidewijn

Band 3

Transportation: Aviation Advisory

Band 2

Frans Vreede

Band 2

Transportation: Litigation & Regulatory

Band 1

Frans de Vries Lentsch

Band 1

 

 

Haco van der Houven van Oordt

Band 2

 

 

Jan Kromhout

Band U

 

 

Jos van der Meché

Band 2

Transportation: Shipping Advisory

Band 2

Carel Baron van Lynden

Band 3

 

(4) cited last year

(U) Up-and-coming


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