Ropes & Gray has received outstanding recognition in the Chambers Asia 2014 rankings released on Feb. 17. The firm ranked highly among the best law firms and has seen a significant increase in the Asia-Pacific region with new Asia-wide rankings for intellectual property, private equity investment funds and life sciences, in addition to a ranking for Corporate: M&A and private equity for the fourth consecutive year.
Overall, Ropes & Gray had 13 rankings in the following categories:
- Banking & finance
- Intellectual property
- Investment funds: private equity funds
- Life sciences
- Private equity
In addition to the firm rankings, 15 attorneys received 17 rankings in the guide.
In China, the firm was newly ranked for banking & finance, in addition to repeat rankings for corporate: M&A, IP, private equity investment funds, life sciences and private equity buyouts.
In Japan, the firm received a new ranking for corporate: M&A, in addition to a repeat ranking for IP.
And in South Korea, Ropes & Gray is the only firm ranked in Band 1 for IP for the second consecutive year.
Chambers reported that clients noted the firm’s exceptional client service: “Ropes & Gray has good commercial awareness and recommends practical and workable solutions to clients. Their communication is timely and effective.”
Another client told Chambers: “The Ropes & Gray team has a good understanding of deals from a business perspective and a strong grasp of key legal matters from the investor's perspective. They are also able to integrate expertise from various offices efficiently.”
Click here to see the full set of rankings in Chambers Asia.
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