Foley Hoag, Attorneys Recognized in 2018 Editions of Legal 500: EMEA and Chambers Europe

May 24, 2018

Foley Hoag LLP and several attorneys in its Paris office have been recognized in the 2018 editions of Legal 500: EMEA and Chambers Europe.

Through research, client feedback and interviews with leading private practice lawyers, the Legal 500: EMEA assesses the strengths of law firms in over 100 jurisdictions and highlights practice area teams that provide the most cutting edge and innovative advice to corporate counsel.

The publication, which is produced annually, ranked Foley Hoag in the following categories: Administrative and Public Law; Environment; and France: Dispute Resolution - International Arbitration. The Legal 500: EMEA reported these comments and assessments:

Administrative and Public Law: "Foley Hoag provides ‘an excellent and responsive level of service’." "The team combines its ‘global understanding of the legal and factual issues at stake with its technical expertise’." "It has strong regulatory expertise and is able to handle complex administrative and constitutional litigation." "Practice head Frédéric Scanvic ‘understands the legal, economic and political underlying environment so as to provide the optimal answer’."

Environment: "Foley Hoag has ‘undeniable site pollution expertise’ and advises leading French and international industrial groups, as well as some public-sector entities." "‘Available’ practice head Carine Le Roy-Gleizes provides ‘reliable analysis’."

In addition, the Chambers Europe 2018 edition recognized Foley Hoag as a "noted firm" in the France: Environment category. The publication also ranked Carine Le Roy-Gleizes as a leading attorney in this category.

Chambers Europe covers 53 jurisdictions across Europe, from Greenland, the UK and Ireland in the West to Russia, Turkey and Ukraine in the East in addition to coverage on a Europe-wide and CEE-wide scale.