The new legal panel, which will provide complex legal advice on finance matters, means £90m in business for the nine chosen firms
Only Simmons & Simmons and Slaughter and May have been retained by Britain, according to Legal Week. The seven firms that debut on the panel are Ashurst, Berwin Leighton Paisner, Clifford Chance, Dentons, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Hogan Lovells, and Linklaters.
The firms that were previously on the panel but did not secure a spot are Addleshaw Goddard, Allen & Overy, Burges Salmon, Mills & Reeve, Nabarro (now part of CMS), Pinsent Masons, and Squire Patton Boggs.
The appointments run for a two-year period that began on 21 August, which can be stretched by two 12-month extensions.
The panel means £90m in business for the firms involved. Legal Week said the panel is not tiered so all of the firms chosen will provide all core specialties, including corporate finance, rescue, restructuring and insolvency, and investment and commercial banking.
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