Awards and Rankings April 17, 2018

The Legal 500 EMEA 2018 Recognizes 13 Goodwin Partners

Goodwin, a leading Global 50 law firm, announced today that The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa has ranked the firm and its lawyers in numerous practice areas. Thirteen of the firm’s partners were recognized for excellence in the legal directory’s 2018 edition, and eight practice groups were selected for recommendation. A complete listing of Goodwin’s rankings is available online at The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2018.

Goodwin has been recommended in the following eight practice areas:

France

  • Banking & Finance: Transactional Work
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Private Equity: Fund Formation
  • Private Equity: LBO
  • Private Equity: Venture and Growth Capital
  • Tax

Germany

  • Banking & Finance: Lending & Borrowing
  • Real Estate & Construction: Real Estate

Four Goodwin partners were honored as “Leading Lawyers” in four categories: Maxence Bloch in the France Private Equity: LBO category; Arnaud David in the France Private Equity: Fund Formation category; Arnaud Fromion in the France Banking & Finance category; and Stephan Kock in the Germany Banking & Finance: Lending & Borrowing category. In France, three Goodwin lawyers were named a “Next Generation Lawyer” in three categories: Marie-Laure Bruneele in the Tax category; Sarah Michel in the Private Equity: Fund Formation category; and Adrien Paturaud in the Banking & Finance: Transactional Work category.

Goodwin lawyers recommended in The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2018 editorial were:

FRANCE

Banking & Finance: Transactional Work Private Equity: Fund formation Private Equity: LBO Private Equity: Venture & Growth Capital Tax

GERMANY

Banking & Finance: Lending & Borrowing Real Estate & Construction: Real Estate

The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East & Africa 2018 guide provides researched coverage of 81 countries and over 2,700 ranked law firms. Research is conducted annually, providing a detailed qualitative assessment of various factors including work conducted by law firms over the past 12 months and historically; experience and depth of teams; specialisms and ancillary services; and, importantly, opinions of law firms’ clients.