Rich May is proud to share that AllyLaw has been recognized as a leading Law Firm Network by Chambers and Partners for the sixth straight year. In the 2020 edition of Chambers Global, AllyLaw was recognized as a ?Band 1 Leading Law Firm Network, Global wide.? The Chambers review noted the AllyLaw network?s global reputation for ?top-tier legal offering,? assuring high standards through annual evaluations of its members and ?seeking client feedback to guarantee technical and practice standards are met.?
AllyLaw, which celebrated its 30th anniversary last November, is comprised of over 70 firms and 2,800 lawyers in over 40 countries. The network’s focus on providing sophisticated legal services with a sharp focus on value and efficiency has helped AllyLaw achieve 30% growth since 2015.
The news was welcomed by Rich May Managing Director Eric Krathwohl, currently serving as Treasurer and Director of AllyLaw. “This recognition of AllyLaw by Chambers – perhaps the gold standard for legal service rankings in the world – confirms the experience our firm has had with the members of AllyLaw over the last ten years. Simply put, the members of AllyLaw do an excellent job for our clients and we are happy to stake our reputation on the quality of the work.” He continued, “While many legal listings lack credibility due to lack of research or by promoting paid-for rankings, Chambers is renowned for its integrity and neutrality. Therefore, this Band 1 status ? achieved for the sixth year in a row ? is authentic recognition of our service standards and continued growth.”
AllyLaw President Björn Welinder called the ranking ?…[A] testament to the quality of our counsel, our commitment to service excellence and our ability to represent clients almost everywhere they do business.?
AllyLaw?s rapid response to clients? needs is epitomized by its launch of the COVIDAlly blog to deliver expert insights, information and resources about the coronavirus pandemic. The blog is designed as a one-stop resource to help clients prevent, respond to, and mitigate the effects of a pandemic that has become a worldwide medical, business and economic challenge.
Wendy Horn, Executive Director of AllyLaw, added: ?Our organizational mantra ? ?We get it. We get it done.? ? is intentionally straightforward. It signals to our clients that we understand the challenges they face when pursuing global opportunities. And it serves as a strong reminder to ourselves to always provide top-notch legal guidance and practical solutions.?
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