22 Nov 2019 | 12:52 pm | 1 min. read
Multinational professional services business Pinsent Masons has won a hat-trick of awards at the Legal Week British Legal Awards in London.
Pinsent Masons was named:
The firm’s role advising technology company CommScope on its $7.4bn acquisition of ARRIS was highly commended in the Large M&A category. Corporate partner Rob Hutchings, Roberta Markovina and legal director Adam Cain advised on the deal that set a new precedent for complex transatlantic deals.
Senior partner at Pinsent Masons, Richard Foley, said:
"What is striking about these award wins is that, at their heart, they show the work our lawyers do in conjunction with clients to make business work better for people. The Winchburgh project is about delivering affordable and sustainable housing; the Royal London work was about protecting policyholders; and the life sciences work was ultimately about increasing access to life-saving medicines. We see our business as a purpose-led professional services business with law at the core, and this sort of recognition is a real vindication of that strategy."
A global infrastructure survey by international law firm Pinsent Masons has revealed that there is still a lack of understanding of technology across the sector, which is prohibiting change.
International law firm Pinsent Masons has advised Statkraft on the installation and operation of Ireland's first grid-scale battery storage project as part of the hybrid battery-and-wind Kilathmoy initiative.
International law firm Pinsent Masons has advised global energy company BP on its investment in energy management tech specialist R&B
Pinsent Masons continues to expand its Competition, EU & Trade Group, with the appointment of competition law specialist, Prof. Dr. Hans Jürgen Meyer-Lindemann, as a partner in the Düsseldorf office.
International law firm Pinsent Masons has further enhanced its commercial litigation, regulatory and tax litigation practice with the appointment of Andrew Sackey as a contentious tax partner in its London office. Andrew will work with clients across each of the firm's five key global sectors – Energy, Infrastructure, Financial Services, Real Estate and Advanced Manufacturing & Technology.
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