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Financial Times Shortlists Matheson as One of Europe’s Most Innovative Law Firms

AUTHOR(S): Michael Jackson, Elizabeth Grace, Rebecca Ryan, Alan Keating, Tara Doyle, Deirdre Dunne, Tom Hayes, Patrick Molloy, Michael Finn, Russell Rochford, John Gill, George Brady, Turlough Galvin, Robert O’Shea, Paraic Madigan, Tony O’Grady, Bryan Dunne, Peter O’Brien, Brian Buggy
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Finance and Capital Markets, Corporate, Private Client, Employment, Pensions and Benefits
DATE: 13.09.2018

Matheson has once again been shortlisted for the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards.

The FT awards acknowledge the most innovative legal work and lawyers in Europe, and the 2018 awards programme has drawn more than 800 submissions and nominations from Europe’s leading law firms and in-house teams. As part of its research for the awards, the FT conducted interviews this year with over 700 clients, senior lawyers, executives and experts to arrive at its final rankings.

Matheson is the current holder of the FT’s ranking for Ireland’s Most Innovative Law Firm, and we are the only Irish law firm recognised by the FT in its ranking of the Top 20 Most Innovative Law Firms in Europe. Matheson also holds the current top 10 FT ranking in Europe for Dispute Resolution, New Legal Products and Services, Collaboration, Strategy and Changing Behaviours.

The 2018 rankings will be announced at a London event on 4 October 2018 and the FT’s Innovative Lawyers European report will be published on 5 October 2018.

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