Nine Latham Attorneys Recognized Among World’s Leading Arbitration Practitioners

Who’s Who Legal

December 09, 2020

The International Arbitration Practice of Latham & Watkins has one again been commended in Who’s Who Legal’s Arbitration rankings, with nine lawyers from around the world named in the 2021 guide as being among the industry’s leading practitioners. The annual rankings, based on the independent research of Who’s Who Legal “takes into account tens of thousands of recommendations from clients and peers around the world.”

Included in the 2021 guide are: Hamburg partner Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert; Hong Kong partner Ing Loong Yang; London partners Charles Claypoole, Philip Clifford QC, and Sophie Lamb QC; and Paris partner Fernando Mantilla-Serrano. London partner Oliver Browne was recognized in the Future Leaders – Partners category, and associates Samuel Pape and Nora Fredstie were selected in the Future Leaders – Non-Partners category.

Ms. Lamb and Mr. Mantilla-Serrano were also named in Who’s Who Legal’s 2021 list of Thought Leaders in Arbitration, in recognition of their innovation, vast expertise, and market-leading experience advising on some of the world’s most significant disputes. Ms. Lamb was further commended as a Global Elite Thought Leader, a list honoring lawyers and experts at “the apogee of the profession.”

As Who’s Who Legal reported: “The 2021 guide represents [our] most extensive look at the international arbitration market to date, with tens of thousands of nominations from peers, clients, arbitrators, tribunal members, chairs, and counsel. The directory includes lawyers and expert witnesses from 95 countries, with more than 800 law firms, barristers’ chambers, and consulting firms represented.”

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