News 24 Feb. 2023

Clients Praise Curtis in Chambers Global 2023 Launch

In the recent Chambers Global 2023 guide, Curtis’ International Arbitration, Public International Law, and International Trade groups secured 13 practice and 16 attorney rankings, and all ranked attorneys and practices received glowing feedback.

Clients added, “The Curtis team responds quickly and effectively whenever we need their assistance. For international trade issues, they understand actual and potential risks, deal with clients well, and seem to have an excellent feel for the politics as well as the legal issues involved,” reports an impressed source.

Another client remarked, “Curtis is a recognized leader in the area. It can rely on a vast knowledge of the main pitfalls in economic evaluation and deals with all the intricate problems that may arise.”

Another client commented on the firm’s International Arbitration group, stating that “Curtis is an impressive outfit and they rely on a vast knowledge of the main pitfalls in economic evaluation and deals with all the intricate problems that may arise.”

Chairman George Kahale III is individually-ranked in International Arbitration, where his practice is distinctive in that he has maintained a reputation for excellence in both international corporate transactions and international litigation. Partner Claudia Frutos-Peterson, is also individually-ranked in International Arbitration, where she is known for her comprehensive experience ICSID arbitrations and in-depth knowledge of international law.

Partners Daniel Porter, James Durling, and Matthew McCullough were each individually-ranked in International Trade.

Please click here to view all of Curtis’ rankings and read the full editorial in Chambers Global 2023.

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