Colin Biggers & Paisley listed in Chambers and Partners 2015
26 February 2015
Colin Biggers & Paisley has been recommended by Chambers and Partners 2015 in the construction, insurance and shipping practice areas. The guide has also recommended eight partners as being leading lawyers in their fields.
Patrick Monahan, Greg Skehan and Keith Bethlehem are listed as leading individuals in insurance and Stuart Hetherington and Andrew Tulloch are recommended in shipping. Geoff Standen was ranked in the construction section, with Scott Hedge being listed in restructuring and insolvency and Ian Wright being ranked a leading lawyer in the environment section.
Chambers and Partners recommends the world's best lawyers and best practice areas based on independent research carried out. Individual lawyers are ranked in their practice areas on the basis of their legal knowledge and experience, their ability, their effectiveness, and their client service.
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About Colin Biggers & Paisley
Colin Biggers & Paisley was founded over a century ago. Today we are a firm with 59 partners and almost 400 staff. We are highly regarded for our expertise in property and development law, building and construction, environment and planning, transport and logistics, litigation, insurance, commercial and corporate law, restructuring and insolvency. The firm acts for major corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, government departments and individuals. CBP has both the capacity and the expertise to deliver on complex national and multinational projects.
CBP is based in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney, with associated firms in Adelaide and Perth. Through our affiliation with ADVOC Asia, ADVOC International, ADVOC Europe and ADVOC Latin America, as well as our close association with Dubai law firm LutfiCBP, CBP Lawyers is able to offer access to quality legal advice around the globe.
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