Chambers recognizes LBKM and Eric Lewis for Asset Tracing & Recovery
We are honored that the prestigious Chambers and Partners has again recognized Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss—this time in the area of Asset Tracing & Recovery.
The 2021 Chambers Litigation Support guide states that the firm is "well versed in utilising various tools to gain information about assets" and highlights LBKM's "particularly strong network across Latin America and the Middle East, and in the UK."
One source commented, “I can’t think of an improvement to its practice. We’ve worked with several leading international law firms and in our experience when it comes to complex, high-stakes issues Lewis Baach provides unmatched value.”
Another source noted LBKM’s ability to act as a “global legal coordinator on major international fraud cases. The firm can assist in strategy, factual investigation, witness preparation and the coordination of teams at other firms to the benefit of the case. As a relatively small firm it is free of conflicts, nimble, and can react quickly and proactively for you.”
In addition to highlighting LBKM’s representation of the global liquidators of the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (at the time the largest bank insolvency in history), Chambers specifically recognized Eric Lewis as a notable practitioner, noting his practices in international litigation, arbitration and fraud and stating that he is a "key contact for clients."
London-based Chambers and Partners is a respected independent research company that publishes comprehensive annual guides ranking attorneys and law firms based on extensive, in-depth, objective research. To be considered for inclusion in these guides, firms must undergo a rigorous submission process, during which Chambers researchers interview key attorneys as well as clients and industry professionals.
The Chambers review for LBKM's practice can be found here.
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