Our Forensic Services team has been ranked in Band 2 in the Chambers and Partners Litigation Support Guide for the second year running, with 2022 being the fourth consecutive year the firm has been recognised by the international legal directory.
Forensic Services Partner, Chris Osborne has been recognised as notable practitioner by the directory for the third year, alongside Partner Jon Dodge who joined FRP following the acquisition of Forensic Services firm Walton Dodge Forensic in 2020.
Compiled by senior industry professionals, the guide recognises firms for their client service, technical ability, and the depth of their team. It also relies on testimonials from clients and industry peers, with Jon being acknowledged as ‘extremely thorough and efficient’ and Chris as ‘knowledgeable and clear in expressing his opinions throughout the process’ and ‘calm and effective in giving evidence in court’.
This year, for the first time, the Forensic Services team have been recognised by the Chambers and Partners for the provision of eDiscovery services. The team was praised for being ‘excellent at explaining and dealing with complicated and sophisticated forensic data issues in an understandable and client-friendly manner.’
Chris Osborne, Forensic Services Partner, said: “Delivering exceptional support to our clients is integral to us, and we’re delighted to have been recognised for our experience, professionalism and the relationships we have built with our clients. We are particularly pleased for our eDiscovery practice, which is an integral part of our Forensic Services offering, to be recognised this year by Chambers”
For more information about the guide and this year’s rankings, you can view the online guide here.