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BRG Ranked Fifth Globally in Who’s Who Legal Arbitration 2023 Guide
BRG today announces that Who’s Who Legal has ranked the firm fifth in the world in its Arbitration Expert Witnesses 2023 guide, which profiles experts widely acclaimed for their incisive testimony, independence and top-tier analysis. Eighteen BRG professionals have been ranked, including five Global Elite Thought Leaders and three Future Leaders.
The news follows a strong year of continued investment in BRG’s global Disputes practice, including senior additions in Miami and new hires in Buenos Aires and South Africa, as well as the recent appointment of leading competition expert David Sunding as vice chairman.
Five experts are ranked as Global Elite Thought Leaders, considered by WWL as among the world’s leading practitioners:
- Daniela Bambaci “is thorough and very detail-oriented” and “has the gift of being able to explain very complex issues in simple terms.”
- Richard Boulton KC is acclaimed for having “an authoritative presence that makes him an excellent expert witness,” with his expert reports being “well crafted and elegant.”
- Santiago Dellepiane, head of BRG’s International Arbitration practice, is “a nimble thinker” who “understands the case in great depth” and “seamlessly handles complex cases.”
- Mustafa Hadi, head of BRG’s Asia–Pacific region, is recognized as “having excellent technical expertise” and is “very client-friendly, and inspires confidence,” with one client remarking, “I think he is fabulous—my go-to expert.”
- Anastasia Malyugina is listed in the Global Elite – Under 45 category. She is “an up-and-coming expert who is a force to be reckoned with” and “highly recommended for disputes with a former USSR component.”
Thirteen other experts are ranked across the globe:
- Future Leader Andrea Cardani “is an excellent quantum expert, very experienced and able to explain even the more complex aspects of the economic analysis with great clarity.”
- Andrés Chambouleyron “sets himself apart from his peers by providing a unique perspective on quantum analysis” and “is highly talented.”
- Jas Cheema is “very conscientious and intelligent as an expert” and “performs to a high standard under rigorous cross-examination.”
- Christopher Goncalves, chair of BRG’s Energy & Climate practice, “is experienced at giving oral evidence” and “produc[ing] great draft reports,” earning praise of “you will not find a better expert for knowledge of the LNG market.”
- Greg Harman, head of BRG’s EMEA Disputes practice, “is a brilliant expert, particularly in competition matters,” and “very down to earth and easy to work with.”
- Michael Kenyon, head of BRG’s Dubai office, “manages to distil an incredible amount of information into a cogent and persuasive report” and “cares about the client and outcome.”
- Anamaria Popescu impressed a commentator “with her skills testifying before the tribunal and responding to cross-examination,” with her testimony being “assertive, clear and persuasive.”
- David Rogers is “very thorough and responsive” and “has a calm demeanour,” with feedback praising his ability to bring clarity to complicated concepts.
- BRG’s London leader, Daniel Ryan, has “significant experience in valuation and forensic accounting engagements,” impressing clients with his “thoroughness and detailed knowledge of the field.”
- Future Leader Nikola Stambolić “has mastery of the technical accounting issues” and “delivers practical, sensible and straight-forward reports and opinions,” with one client saying, “his input was a critical part of my client’s defence case on merits and quantum.”
- BRG Executive Chairman David Teece “goes to great lengths to make sure the strengths of the cases are thoroughly explained.”
- Brad Wolf is “a great communicator and delivers strong and effective testimony,” and he “has a highly pragmatic approach to his role and requirements” with an “excellent work ethic.”