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Chambers & Partners highlights Andersen's Dispute Resolution and Corporate M&A practice areas in the ranking Chambers Global 2021

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The editorial highlights the areas of Dispute Resolution and Corporate / M&A and includes in the ranking Ignacio Aparicio as Foreign Expert in Cuba and Íñigo Rodríguez-Sastre as a leading lawyer in Dispute Resolution, with Elena Sevila joining for the first time in the Up & Coming category

The legal directory Chambers & Partners has highlighted Andersen as a recommended firm in the areas of 'Dispute Resolution' and 'Corporate / M&A' in the new edition of the Chambers Global 2021 guide. Specifically, the Litigation & Arbitration and Corporate & M&A areas, and for the first time the firm is ranked in the Legal advice of international firms in Cuba, positioning it in band 2.

In the Corporate / M&A area, the directory highlights for the first time Andersen Partner and head of the firm's Cuban Desk, Ignacio Aparicio, as Foreign Expert in Cuba as well as in the individual ranking of General Business Law: International Firms, an area in which the firm is positioned in band 3. Specifically, the clients interviewed by the Directory highlight Ignacio Aparicio's ability to "negotiate with the counterparty" as well as "his ability to anticipate the concerns and needs" of clients.

In the area of Dispute Resolution, the head of the firm's International Arbitration practice in Spain, Íñigo Rodríguez-Sastre, stands out as an individual. The directory places him in Band 2 and clients describe him as "a magnificent lawyer with spectacular trial skills in both domestic matters and in arbitration and cross-border commercial disputes". In the same area. Chambers & Partners includes Elena Sevila, Director at Andersen in Litigation, Arbitration and Insolvency, for the first time in the Up & Coming category for her visibility in representing clients in the construction, tobacco, telecommunications and hospitality sectors in ICC civil litigation and arbitration.

Chambers & Partners, which prepares its annual ranking of firms and lawyers based on the transactions carried out during the previous year and the assessments and analysis of the sector carried out by clients and professionals from different firms, includes in Chambers Global 2021 a summary of the results of the nearly 190 countries included in the research carried out in 2020, which will later be expanded with the regional guides where it incorporates the ranking of all the areas covered by the English publishing house.

Source: Chambers & Partners | Chambers Global 2021

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