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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner is pleased to announce that the firm and numerous attorneys are recognized in Chambers UK 2023. The firm received 40 practice area rankings, while 76 attorneys are recognized for their outstanding work as individuals.

The Real Estate Litigation Practice, ranked for the 17thyear in a row, was noted by Chambers for handling a wide range of highly complex and high-stakes real estate litigation cases, as well as offering advice in litigation avoidance and risk analysis. The firm also was recognized for its experience in more specialist areas, such as rights to light and rating. "The lawyers are knowledgeable and skilled, understand complex matters and work diligently in finding the right solutions and advising accordingly,” a client said.

The firm’s Construction Practice was ranked for the third year in a row. Chambers said “BCLP is a top-drawer team with a leading presence in contentious and non-contentious construction work in the domestic market. The firm represents leading contractor and developer clients involved in large-scale energy, infrastructure and leisure development projects. Its lawyers are highly adept at providing multidisciplinary advice in relation to real estate-planning, finance, and tax issues arising from construction projects.”

The Environment Practice was recognized for its strong reputation associated with major development projects, corporate transactions and real estate matters. Chambers noted that BCLP impresses with its handling of contentious cases and environmental insurance work. "They have excellent legal knowledge and provide commercial solutions,” a client said.

Chambers UK ranks attorneys and law firms based on their technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment and on other qualities most valued by the client.

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This document provides a general summary and is for information/educational purposes only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, nor does it constitute legal advice. Specific legal advice should always be sought before taking or refraining from taking any action.