George Green Retains Legal 500 Top Slots
Latest industry research confirms George Green’s “top tier firm” status.
The 2020 edition of Legal 500, which has just been published, has confirmed the status of George Green as one of the West Midlands leading law firms.
The latest rankings from Legal 500’s market research based model sees both George Green’s leading Corporate & Commercial and Dispute Resolution teams confirmed as being at the top of the pile – with both being awarded a tier one ranking.
The firm has also been recommended in six other areas it operates in:-
- Banking and finance
- Personal tax, trusts and probate
- Commercial property
- Property litigation
Corporate lawyers, Paul Bennett and Guy Green are each awarded the accolade of a place on Legal 500’s list of the UK’s leading lawyers as is Dispute Resolution Head and Partner, Neil Williams and Commercial Property lead partner, Kevin Styles.
Twelve of the firm’s lawyers are recommended in the editorial sections of the latest edition of Legal 500: Corporate partners Paul Bennett, Philip Round, Kam Johal and Guy Green; Litigation partners Neil Williams, Morgan Rees and James Coles; Commercial Property partner Kevin Styles; Employment partner Tim Lang; Family partner Mark Vandaele; Private client partner Claire Pottinger.
Commercial Property Associate, Paul Kettle makes an appearance in the Directory’s list of “rising stars”.
Additionally recent Dispute Resolution recruit, Liam Owen is referred to in the Directory as “Impressive, smart and thorough. A fighter with a relaxed demeanour, which belies his steel like approach. One to watch."
David Stevenson, Chief Executive of George Green commented “At George Green we believe that Clients Are Really Everything which means putting clients at the centre of our business by finding out how we can best give them a competitive advantage and then, vitally, tailoring what we do so that we deliver on this. It is our clients who set the benchmarks for us to match up to and the expectations that we then do what it takes to exceed. It is an important part of our service promise that we do what is said on the tin and I am delighted therefore with the latest Legal 500 research which suggests indeed that we are doing just that.”
Pictured: David Stevenson, CEO.