International Arbitration Practice Ranked Among World’s Top 15

Global Arbitration Review

April 07, 2022

Latham’s International Arbitration Practice once again earned a place among the world’s most elite groups, according to Global Arbitration Review (GAR)’s annual GAR 30 report. Latham was ranked amongst the globe’s 15 top international arbitration practices.

The GAR 30 highlights the world’s most elite international arbitration practices based on a number of factors, including a successful record of high-stake wins, involvement in bet-the-company disputes, and the number of practitioners highlighted in Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration and Who’s Who Legal Future Leaders: Arbitration guides. In 2022, nine Latham lawyers made the Who’s Who Legal lists. The GAR 30 comprises the world’ leading International Arbitration practices, which itself is part of the publication’s expanded report, the GAR 100.

Latham’s inclusion in this year’s GAR 30 reflects the firm’s position as home to one of the world’s most elite, strategic, and balanced teams and highlights the group’s reputation for effectively leveraging Latham’s global platform in order to achieve the best business outcomes for clients in their most complex, high-stakes disputes.

In addition to Latham’s ranking in the GAR 30, the firm was recognized as one of the finalists for “International Arbitration Practice That Impressed.”

 
 
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