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Friday 15 February 2019

Chambers Global Recognises RDJ Lawyers and Practices
 

Three RDJ lawyers have been recognised by renowned legal directory, Chambers and Partners in its 2019 Chambers Global Guide. Additionally, RDJ’s Corporate/M&A and Dispute Resolution practices received global recognition.

The RDJ lawyers recognised by Chambers Global are:

Richard Martin – Dispute Resolution

Recognised by Chambers Global as an Eminent Practitioner, Managing Partner at RDJ, Richard Martin advises on a wide range of commercial disputes and has particular specialty in the areas of Professional Indemnity and Media and Entertainment. Clients say he is "highly regarded and a good commercial litigator."

Darryl Broderick – Dispute Resolution

Darryl is Head of RDJ’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution department. He has extensive experience in litigation and dispute resolution with a particular emphasis on financial services disputes, as well as contentious media and IP issues. Clients praise his client-oriented approach and appreciate that "he brings a commercial sensibility to proceedings."

Gillian Keating – Corporate M&A

Gillian is a Partner in the firm's Corporate Department and leads the firm's Technology and Life Sciences Groups. She focuses on corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and restructuring. Her clients include multinational, large indigenous and scaling companies operating across the globe and public sector. Clients say she is "very thorough and approachable."

Chambers Global is a trusted industry guide that ranks the world’s best lawyers and law firms through a rigorous process of independent market research. The guide covers over 190 countries and ranks lawyers worldwide and by region.

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