Pinsent Masons counted among Europe's most innovative law firms by FT

09 Oct 2014 | 12:09 pm | 1 min. read

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been recognised as one the 50 most innovative law firms in Europe by the Financial Times.

Pinsent Masons counted among Europe's most innovative law firms by FT

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been recognised as one the 50 most innovative law firms in Europe by the Financial Times.

In addition to being recognised for its overall approach to innovation, the firm was recognised in several specific categories of the research, namely:

  • Highly Commended in Most Innovative Law Firms in Dispute Resolution – in recognition of the firm's pioneering work for Interflora, harnessing the power of big data as part of the litigation strategy
  • Commended in the Most Innovative Law Firms in Value Resourcing – in recognition of the firm's single supplier work for Asda on employment matters

This year's hotly-contested awards drew 600 submissions from over 100 leading law firms across Europe. Each submission was vetted and evaluated through interviews with clients, subject matter experts and leading lawyers.

Richard Foley, Senior Partner of Pinsent Masons, says:

"As a firm we have never been afraid to do things differently and recognise that innovation is about more than simply finding ways to make an old model fit the new world. We pride ourselves on our ability to innovate with and on behalf of clients, and the FT's research is a welcome endorsement of that commitment."

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