Chambers Global 2017 ranks Fladgate partners

Our team: Alex Kaufmann, Avram Kelman, Alexander Wildschütz, Grant Gordon

Fladgate congratulates the following partners on their inclusion as “Leaders in their Field” in the 2017 edition of Chambers Global, the guide to the world’s best lawyers. Individuals are ranked after extensive research by the Chambers team with opinions sought from clients, peers, referees and competitors.

Corporate/M&A (Expertise Based Abroad)

Alex Kaufmann of Fladgate LLP is dual-qualified in England and Wales and Germany, and is also a fluent German speaker. He advises companies from Germany, Austria and Switzerland on cross-border mergers and acquisitions. He has a number of clients from the engineering, media and hospitality sectors. Kaufmann is also fluent in French and Romanian.

Dispute Resolution (Expertise Based Abroad)

Alexander Wildschütz of Fladgate LLP in London advises German banks on allegations of fraud. He is dual-qualified in England and Germany and advised the director of a chain of German department stores on claims for damages from alleged misrepresentations and breach of warranty. Sources note his focus on litigation involving German parties.

Capital Markets (Expertise Based Abroad)

Avram Kelman of Fladgate LLP in London was educated in Israel and advises a wide range of Israeli companies from his London base. He is particularly involved in representing Israeli clients in capital-raising matters in the UK, especially those involving AIM.

South Africa
Corporate/M&A (Expertise Based Abroad)

Grant Gordon heads the corporate department at Fladgate LLP in London and is also responsible for the firm’s South Africa group. He is dual-qualified in England and Wales and in South Africa and has particular expertise relating to private equity transactions in the leisure, gaming and resources sectors.

Dispute Resolution (Foreign Experts)

As well as being qualified to practise in England and Wales, Alexander Wildschütz of Fladgate LLP is a German Rechtsanwalt. He handles international disputes, particularly for banks and insurers.

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