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Matheson announced as one of the Financial Times’ top 10 most innovative law firms in Europe in 2015

DATE: 02.10.2015

Matheson has been ranked one of the top 10 most innovative law firms in Europe (non-UK) by the Financial Times. This year, the firm was commended for innovation in finance law for advising on a derivative-incorporating fund in Ireland. The work of the Matheson Foundation achieved a commendation in the area of social responsibility. The firm also achieved a standout commendation for innovation in growth and business development, and is the only Irish law firm to receive a commendation in this category.

Over the past ten years, in what has been a decade of great change for the industry, the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers awards and report has researched, weighted and ranked the work of the top European legal organisations. The 2015 awards drew more than 500 submissions from over 140 of Europe’s leading law firms. The Financial Times notes that “competition was particularly fierce this year, so to have been shortlisted for an award is a huge achievement.”

Matheson is the only Irish law firm commended by the Financial Times for innovation in corporate law, finance law, dispute resolution, corporate strategy and growth and business development.


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