Forensic Services team rank in Chambers and Partners 2020
Thursday August 6, 2020
Team ranked in the 2020 Chambers and Partners Litigation Support Guide
Our Forensic Services team has been ranked in Band Three in the 2020 Chambers and Partners Litigation Support Guide, the second year the firm has been recognised by the international legal directory.
Chris Osborne, Partner in our Forensic Services team, has this year also been recognised as a notable practitioner by the directory, securing a position in Band Two.
Chambers and Partners describes our firm as having a “strong forensic accounting practice with particular strengths in insolvency, fraud and arbitration-related work.” It is also praised for “having a tightly knit team that works closely to provide clients with expert advice.”
The directory includes testimonials from industry peers and clients, with one noting “they have excellent judgement and are who I would trust to do the job. They can also provide asset tracing capability. In a multimillion-pound asset tracing exercise, they were very good and very effective.”
Chris said: “It’s a significant accolade to be recognised in the industry for our continued investment in our team and our strong relationships with our clients. We’re committed to providing exceptional support and we will continue to add strength and depth to the team to do so.
“We look forward to working closely with clients across the legal profession to provide innovative forensic solutions to a wide-range of complex mandates, from commercial litigation to investigations and contentious valuations.”
To create the guide, Chambers and Partners undergoes a rigorous selection process with more than 200 researchers conducting interviews with clients and industry professionals. Firms are recognised for their client service, technical ability, commercial vision, business understanding, diligence, value for money and the depth of the team.
For more information about the guide and this year’s rankings, you can view the online guide here.
Discover more about FRP’s Forensic Services here.
FRP has a strong forensic accounting practice with particular strengths in insolvency, fraud and arbitration-related work.Chris Osborne Forensic Services