Eight Stewarts partners are listed in the 2022 version of the Who’s Who Legal (WWL) guide to the best asset recovery practitioners around the world. The latest Arbitration Future Leaders guide recognises three Stewarts lawyers.
Clive Zietman, Alex Jay, James Price, Fiona Gillett and Sean Upson have all retained their positions in the Asset Recovery guide. Mo Bhaskaran, Keith Thomas and Ian Gatt QC are listed by Who’s Who Legal in the section for the first time in 2022.
The Asset Recovery guide “recognises the foremost asset recovery lawyers and experts from both onshore and offshore jurisdictions”, according to Who’s Who Legal. “Those individuals identified rank highly thanks to their market-leading expertise in the tracing and recovering of lost, misappropriated or stolen assets.”
Head of Insolvency and Asset Recovery Alex Jay is also listed once again as a ‘Thought Leader’ in the field. “Alex Jay is highly esteemed for his excellent work handling fraud claims and contentious liquidation proceedings,” WWL says.
Alex, Fiona Gillett and Head of Commercial Litigation Clive Zeitman are also listed by WWL in the Commercial Litigation guide. The Private Client guide lists Head of Trust and Probate Litigation James Price along with fellow partner Geoff Kertesz; and Ian Gatt QC is included in the Commercial Mediation guide.
Arbitration Future Leaders
Now in its fifth year, WWL: Arbitration – Future Leaders showcases partners and non-partners aged 45 or under who are considered future leaders of the international arbitration community, according to the guide.
WWL says: “This year we have identified hundreds of practitioners from around the world who are building a superb reputation for their abilities in domestic and international arbitration. Our listing is divided into both partners and non-partners, with the latter category encompassing those at the Bar, arbitral and academic institutions as well as law firms.”
Since 1996 Who’s Who Legal has identified the foremost legal practitioners in multiple areas of business law. The WWL research process is based on recommendations and feedback from eminent private practitioners in the sector or industry in question as well as from corporate counsel or other clients who have worked closely with the nominees.
You can find further information regarding our expertise, experience and teams on our Commercial Litigation, Trust and Probate Litigation, Insolvency and Asset Recovery and International Arbitration pages.
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