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Matheson wins Client Choice award from the International Law Office

DATE: 23.04.2011

Chosen as best Irish law firm by international corporate counsel for the fifth time, Matheson , Ireland’s largest law firm, has won the International Law Office "Client Choice" award for the fifth time in six years. The only Irish law firm to be singled out, winners were chosen through extensive research and polling of international corporate counsel at Fortune 500, FT Global 500, FT Euro 500 and FT Asia-Pacific 100 companies.

The "Client Choice" award recognises law firms and individual partners around the world that stand apart for the excellent client care that they provide and the quality of their service. The criteria for the awards focus on law firms' ability to add real value to their clients' business over and above other law firms in the market including quality of legal advice, value for money, commercial awareness, effective communication, billing transparency, depth of team, response time, sharing of expertise and use of technology.

In addition to winning the overall award for Ireland, two partners in the firm were named in the individual winners category for Ireland. Niall Horgan (Banking) and Patrick Sweetman (Property) were honoured by corporate counsel for their work.


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