Who`s Who Legal: Arbitration – Future Leaders 2022 describes Margaret as “extremely fast on her feet” and “very strong as a consultant”. The publication also notes that it “has considerable investment experience and expertise in mining disputes.” Previous editions have noted that Margaret is “a rising star in the field” who “brings great experience and balance” and is “incredibly talented” (2021), and that she is recognized for her “broad and deep understanding of law and procedure” (2019). The Legal 500 UK notes that she is “a respected lawyer” and “has an excellent knowledge of international law and is a pleasure to work with”. It is also featured in The Legal 500 International Arbitration Powerlist UK, which features the UK`s leading arbitration practitioners. The Arbitration 2023 guide identifies the world`s leading international arbitrators and practitioners through independent research and peer and client appointments. Those with the highest number of appointments are also included in the list of opinion leaders of the global elite, who praise Mr. Feris as a “brilliant lawyer” who is “highly experienced in business matters both as a lawyer and as an arbitrator.” She represents and advises companies and states in international arbitration proceedings conducted under the auspices of various rules, including the ICC, LCIA, CRCICA, SIAC, ICSID, SCC and the UNCITRAL Rules. His practice focuses in particular on international investments and energy disputes as well as clients and interests in Africa, Europe and Asia. Margaret is a member of the Company`s Mining and Metals Group and completed a five-month assignment at a large London-based mining company in 2018. In December 2016, Who`s Who Legal published for the first time a list of future leaders, listing partners and non-partners aged 45 or younger who are considered future leaders in the international legal community. Margaret is a member of Shearman & Sterling`s Human Rights at Sea Arbitration Team. This innovative project, a collaboration between Shearman & Sterling and the British charity Human Rights at Sea, aims to develop a system for resolving complaints about human rights violations at sea. Among the partners, Niuscha Bassiri was not only named a future leader, but she was also ranked among the most respected people by her clients and colleagues.
Who`s Who Legal describes Bassiri as “a friendly, responsive and innovative arbitration specialist” who is praised for her “intelligent and sophisticated advocacy”. Five Winston lawyers are recognized in this list of top international arbitration lawyers around the world, including: In the non-partner category, Maarten Draye received a nomination as a future leader. According to Who`s Who Legal, Draye has “done a lot of good work” and has “extensive experience on both sides of the bank, as an advisor, sole arbitrator and secretary to the big players in his firm.” Who`s Who Legal (WWL), a sister publication of the Global Arbitration Review (GAR), has published its 2022 International Arbitration Research Report, which features market-leading arbitration practitioners from 93 jurisdictions. Norton Rose Fulbright has once again been recognized as one of the world`s leading international arbitration firms, with 13 Norton Rose Fulbright lawyers recognized as “Global Leaders” and “Future Leaders” by Who`s Who Legal Arbitration 2022. Who`s Who Legal Arbitration selects leading arbitral lawyers at the forefront of legal practice through a comprehensive client referral and peer review process. Norton Rose Fulbright`s world-renowned international arbitration team, comprised of more than 150 lawyers worldwide, handles some of the world`s most complex, high-quality and strategically important international arbitrations. Our international arbitration lawyers recognized in Who`s Who Legal Arbitration 2022 are: The annual report, which identifies the best lawyers and experts in international arbitration for 2023, will show 150 more people than last year. For more information on Who`s Who Legal Future Leaders – Arbitration 2017, please visit: whoswholegal.com/news/specials/article/33571/future-leaders-arbitration-2017-analysis/ The study also identifies a shortlist of lawyers and experts who received the most votes worldwide as “global elite opinion leaders” in international arbitration. GAR`s sister publication, Who`s Who Legal, will publish next Tuesday its most comprehensive study to date on the leading international arbitration practitioners in the market. In its prestigious GAR 30 report, GAR has once again ranked Squire Patton Boggs among the elite law firms leading international arbitration worldwide.
Squire Patton Boggs has been identified as a law firm that has brought “the great victories” in international arbitration. International arbitrations in which Margaret Ryan has worked include representation for: Canada | Press Release – Recognition | December 2021 The full list will include more than 2,300 practitioners from the arbitration categories, experts and future leaders. Rankings are based on peer-to-peer voting and customer recommendations. This year, the publication received tens of thousands of votes, recommendations and comments across the market. Nearly 3,000 people participated in the online survey and the team made hundreds of phone calls. The WWL Arbitration 2022 research report is the result of WWL and GAR`s unparalleled personal and digital research methodology and robust evaluation framework, which uses quantitative and qualitative research to identify market-leading arbitrators, lawyers, experts, and future executives aged 45 and under. The list of experts comes from 95 jurisdictions. England is the most represented with 420, followed by the United States with 313. The France is represented with 194 practitioners; Switzerland has 137 people on the lists and Germany is the fifth most represented court with 106 people. Global Leaders Mark Baker, Houston Andrew Battisson, Sydney Pierre Bienvenu, Montreal Kevin O`Gorman, Houston Sherina Petit, London Martin Valasek, Montreal This year`s edition will mark the seventh year of Arbitration – Future Leaders, a list focused on the best practitioners aged 45 and under.
This year, 758 future leaders are listed. Who`s Who Legal (WWL), in collaboration with Global Arbitration Review (GAR), has recognized 13 Squire Patton Boggs lawyers in its “Arbitration 2023” guide, with José Feris also included in the WWL Global Elite Thought Leader – Arbitration List. Margaret Ryan is a lawyer in international arbitration and international law. Future Leaders – Partner Katie Chung, Singapore James Rogers, London Paul Stothard, Dubai Future Leaders – Non-Partner Matthew Buckle, London Janice Feigher, Paris Alison FitzGerald, Ottawa Samuel Leong, Singapore Margaret has advised and represented clients whose claims are funded by third parties. She has also advised third party financiers on potential claims. Margaret also acts as an arbitrator. B.A., Joint Honours, Contemporary Philosophy/German/Français In Future Leaders – Arbitration 2017, Who`s Who Legal noted that “Hanotiau & van den Berg`s two named partners are internationally known in this sector”, adding that “their colleagues share their reputation for quality in this field”. Squire Patton Boggs lawyers who are recognized as leading names in their field include (in alphabetical order by country):.