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BRG Ranked Among Preeminent Firms Globally in Chambers and Partners Expert League Tables for 2023
BRG has been recognized as an elite firm in Chambers and Partners’ (“Chambers”) Litigation Support 2023 guide. For the fifth year in a row, Chambers ranked BRG in Band 1 globally in the Economic Analysts category. Clients commended the firm’s “strong grasp of the space,” with “the personnel and resources to handle very complex matters.” Daniel Ryan, head of BRG’s London office, is credited as a notable practitioner.
In the Forensic Accountants category, Chambers ranked BRG’s Asia-Pacific (APAC) practice in Band 1, with a source describing it as “high[ly] regarded in the market for its expertise in valuation and accounting in the context of international arbitration” and the team described as “very supportive and responsive.” Steven Parker, head of BRG’s Financial Investigations and Regulatory Compliance practice in the APAC region and Greater China, is listed as a notable practitioner. BRG’s UK Forensic Accountants practice placed in Band 2, “hav[ing] proven that they know the needs of the clients very well” and being “extremely detailed and thorough in their procedures.” Ben Johnson, the UK team’s head, ranked in Band 1. A client described him as “a superstar” who is “extremely knowledgeable … and can distil [details] down into an understandable format.”
BRG’s APAC eDiscovery and Forensics practice ranked in Band 2, with its leader Erick Gunawan recognized as a notable practitioner. Clients commended the practice for providing a “sophisticated service with experienced staff,” and further noted that “[t]he BRG team has very good technical knowledge and can suggest practical solutions to deal with complex document work.”
BRG placed in Band 2 in the Cybersecurity Risk guide, with Thomas Brown, global leader of the firm’s Cybersecurity & Investigations practice, ranked in Band 1 as an individual. A client described the team as having “a breadth of expertise across a wide variety of sophisticated cybersecurity issues.”