Chambers & Partners Rankings Published
24 Jun 2021
DRD Partnership has been ranked leading firm in both Litigation Support and Crisis by Chambers and Partners
As a team we are committed to what we do and take great pride in our relationships with our clients and their advisors, so this feedback on their experience working with us means a great deal.
We are delighted today to be ranked by Chambers and Partners as one of the UK’s leading litigation support firms. This follows a parallel ranking by them last week for our crisis and risk management work. As a team we are committed to what we do and take great pride in our relationships with our clients and their advisors, so this feedback on their experience working with us means a great deal.
The last year has undoubtedly been challenging and issues rich, with an increasing need for public policy engagement, an uptick in litigation and disputes, and a plethora of crises and reputation defining moments.
Our clients are at the heart of DRD Partnership and we have built our business to meet their needs. As the issues facing them grow ever more complex and fast-paced, so we continue to enhance our team to ensure we can provide the specialist skills and expertise required.
A leading firm
Building the Team
Most recently, Jon McLeod joins as a partner from the Business Banking Resolution Service to support our litigation and public affairs teams and launch a new competition and regulatory practice. Jon previously headed public affairs at Brunswick and Weber Shandwick.
Ed Bowie joined from Fieldfisher, after a stint at the Competition and Markets Authority, and will help Jon develop our competition practice whilst deepening in our expertise in complex regulatory matters.
We were also delighted to welcome analysts Harry Barber, who joined from the UN Counter-Terrorism Executive Directorate and Natasha Kennedy, who joined from The Royal Society, to support our teams across a range of client projects.
We look forward to having a party to celebrate the above and say thank you in due course!