Squire Patton Boggs (SPB) is going from strength to strength having just received glowing praise from the 2023 Chambers Latin America as a ‘market-leading full-service firm’ in Latin America. It is now ranked among other top-tier law firms for its Corporate and Dispute Resolution Practices in the Dominican Republic in Cuba. The IFLR1000 2023 guide also recognised the firm’s incredible work in bringing financial, corporate and project development expertise to the Dominican Republic.
SPB is a global law firm that provides insight where law, business and governance meet. With over 1,500 lawyers all over the world, it encompasses virtually every area of law, jurisdiction and market. Litigation experts Squire Patton Boggs offer their services to clients across the world with conclusive legal advice.
A quick overview
Who exactly are these official bodies putting SPB on the global map? Chambers Latin America (CLA) ranks the top law firms and lawyers across the whole Latin American region. It offers professional insights and advice for those who are searching for legal advice and services. The rankings for the guide are based on thorough research that a team of professionals conduct throughout the year, all geared towards helping individuals find the legal service that is best for them.
As for IFLR1000, the research body conducts qualitative research that ranks, rates and awards law firms and lawyers on an annual basis. The company is responsible for some of the most insightful legal market intelligence since 1990 and is still the only legal researcher that focuses on ranking law firms and lawyers based on financial and corporate transactional work.
Other awards awarded to SPB
Another momentous moment for SPB was when Asian Legal Business named Nick Chan Medal of Honour recipient and Justice of the Peace for its 2022 Super 50 TMT Lawyers list. The award recognises the standout lawyers in the region in the technology, telecommunications and media fields.
Mr Chan advises governments, private sector clients and non-governmental organisations on a whole range of issues across the Asia-Pacific region, the United States and the European Union. With further expertise in intellectual property, data privacy, data security, content acquisition and cryptography technology and much more, Mr Chan has instigated meaningful change in communities all over the world. He also serves as director of the AALCO Hong Kong Regional Arbitration Centre, chairman of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce Legal Committee and council member of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
An expert in huge swathes of legal practices across the world, he is a huge asset to the firm and is based in the SPB Hong Kong office.