The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022 edition is out! DFDL has been recognized as Top Tier Firm in 5 practice areas and recommended in 10. 8 DFDL lawyers have received an award: 5 are listed in the elite “Leading Lawyers” group and 3 in the “Next Generation Lawyers” group. We are very pleased to have maintained the rankings of our practices and lawyers for this 2022 edition. We are very proud of our Vietnam Corporate and M&A practice which has improved and got ranked Tier 2 for 2022. Our deepest congratulations to our hard-working Partners and their team for their resilience, dedication, and commitment throughout 2021. We are truly grateful to the Legal 500 Asia Pacific for these recognitions and are thankful for our clients’ support and for their testimonials.
We also wish to congratulate our 23 Partners and Advisers listed in the ‘Recommended Lawyers’ group.
The Legal 500 is a key international legal directory. The annual rankings are released after extensive and in-depth research by Legal 500 practitioners, including interviews with industry peers and international clients relevant to each practice area. A full list of all rankings can be found here: https://www.legal500.com/asia-pacific/
“It is my pleasure to work directly with the partners (Clint O’Connell and Chris Robinson) who have an exceptional knowledge and care of the client’s concern, in terms of comprehensive advice and utmost protection for the client’.”
“The best projects team in the market with a long history of advising on Lao hydropower projects as Lao counsel. Strength and depth and experience.”
“William Greenlee and his associates, particularly on tax in Myanmar, are unparalleled. True experts!”
“DFDL has a team of trustworthy and well-learned lawyers. They are very good in communication and understanding clients’ requirements.”
“Multi-country law firm that has a good combination of strong local lawyers and foreign lawyers who also have vast experience in the region, able to handle complex M&A transactions as well as assist with corporate matters, employment matters, etc.”