DMH Stallard recognised in the latest Chambers Guide

Leading London and South-East law firm, DMH Stallard, has been recognised in the prestigious Chambers UK Guide for 2023. Chambers is recognised as the leading authority for ranking the most outstanding law firms and lawyers throughout the world.

The results included seven Band 1 positions:

•    Banking & Finance
•    Corporate/M&A
•    Employment
•    Environment
•    Family
•    Intellectual Property
•    Planning

All six of our Band 1 lawyers maintained their exclusive status at the top, including Heidi Copland, Jonathan Grant, Tessa Grayson, Abigail Owen and Mark Rennie.

Richard Pollins, Managing Partner at DMH Stallard, said:

‘It is a great achievement to be recognised again by Chambers and is something that we are proud of. The rankings are a welcome reminder of the focus we place on high standards and meeting the needs of our clients and I am pleased to see that Chambers has confirmed that.

For the first time in the UK wide tables our Travel team received a Band 3 ranking, and this demonstrates our commitment to this market now and through the turbulent times it faced during the pandemic. Sarah Naylor, Partner in our Banking team, moved up from Band 3 to Band 2 and new recognition was given to Joanna Potbury, Family team, as an Associate to Watch’.

TOP RANKED TEAMS

 BAND 1

Banking & Finance The South

Corporate/M&A: Lower Mid-Market The South

Employment The South

Environment The South

Family/Matrimonial Crawley and surrounds

Intellectual Property The South

Planning The South

 

BAND 2

Information Technology The South

Litigation The South

Clinical Negligence: Mainly Claimant The South

Personal Injury: Mainly Claimant The South

Real Estate Litigation The South

 

BAND 3

Travel: Regulatory & Commercial UK wide

Real Estate The South

 

TOP RANKED INDIVIDUALS

BAND 1

Tessa Grayson Clinical Negligence: Mainly Claimant

Abigail Owen Corporate/M&A: Lower Mid-Market

Helen Mead Corporate/M&A: Lower Mid-Market

Jonathan Grant Corporate/M&A: Lower Mid-Market

Heidi Copland Environment & Planning

Mark Rennie Family/Matrimonial

 

BAND 2

Simon Bellm Employment

Sarah Naylor (Up from Band 3) Banking & Finance

Chloe Karamian Environment & Planning

Debbie Venn Information Technology & Travel

James Picknell Real Estate Litigation

Tim Ashdown Intellectual Property

Simon Elcock Litigation

Tessa Grayson Personal Injury: Mainly Claimant

 

BAND 3

James Colvin Litigation

Danos Athanasi Corporate/M&A: Lower Mid-Market

Gregory Burgess Employment

Tim Ashdown Information Technology

Nick Pentecost Real Estate

Emily Wood Real Estate Litigation

Vanessa Joll Real Estate Litigation

 

BAND 4

Clive Lee Litigation

James Colvin Litigation

Nicola Billen (NEW) Litigation

Anne Milne Real Estate

 

UP AND COMING

Abigail Maino Employment

Adam Williams Employment

 

 ASSOCIATES TO WATCH

Joanna Potbury Family / Matrimonial

The full results can be viewed here.

Chambers of the year 2023.

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Richard Pollins

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Richard is responsible for leading the firm and ensuring its success. He values long term client relationships, attracting and retaining the best talent.

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