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Matheson wins “Client Choice” Award for sixth time in seven years

DATE: 23.02.2012

Matheson has won the International Law Office ‘Client Choice’ award for the sixth time in the last seven years.

The ‘Client Choice’ award winners were chosen following extensive research of more than 2,000 senior corporate counsel at Fortune 500, FT Global 500, FT Euro 500 and FT Asia-Pacific 100 companies. The awards recognise law firms around the world that stand apart for excellence in client care and quality of service.  In particular, the criteria for the awards focus on law firms’ ability to add value to their clients’ business over and above other law firms in the market, in respect of the quality of their legal advice, value for money, commercial awareness, billing transparency, depth of team, response time, effective communication, sharing of expertise and use of technology.
Commenting on the win, Managing Partner at Matheson, Liam Quirke, said: “International companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland, including many of the Fortune 500, FT Global 500, FT Euro 500 and FT Asia-Pacific 100 companies, are the cornerstone of our firm.  It is especially pleasing, therefore, to be acknowledged as the Irish  law firm of choice for such companies by the senior corporate counsel in these companies.

In addition to this prestigious award for the firm, Niall Horgan, a Partner in the firm’s Banking and Financial Services Department, was named as an individual winner for Ireland.

Pictured: Patrick Spicer, Partner, accepting the award on behalf of the firm.


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