New York, NY (December 6, 2010) – Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP, a leading global law firm, announced today that the firm received the prestigious recognition of ranking among the Top Five Law Firms in the inaugural edition of the Financial Times US Innovative Lawyers Report, published on December 1, 2010. In compiling this report, the Financial Times received 270 submissions from 54 law firms, representing 60 percent of the Am Law 50, and 40 percent of the Am Law 100.
In addition to the overall ranking, the firm was recognized in the following areas:
for the firm’s representation of Citi in its sale of CPI to Apollo.
for the firm’s representation of PHH in the TALF extension.
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for the firm’s representation of Dong-A in its strategic alliance with GlaxoSmithKline.
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for the firm’s representation of Eisai's Alzheimer's drug against a challenge from Teva.
for the firm’s representation of C-Bass in its $64bn securities fraud case.
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for the firm’s representation of Padilla in Padilla vs. Kentucky.
For the past five years, the Financial Times
has published this annual report on innovation in legal services in Europe. The report has become one of the top legal rankings in Europe and recognizes outstanding achievements of lawyers, law firms and general counsel.
In the 2010 Financial Times’
ranking of Europe’s most innovative law firms, Paul Hastings was ranked in the Top 20 of the “FT Law 50 2010.” The firm was also recognized as a finalist in three of the 10 award categories, including Dispute Resolution for the first in-court enforcement of a CMBS transaction in Europe, Corporate Law for the Acument restructuring transaction and for Legal Innovator of the Year in which Paris partner Sandra Esquiva-Hesse
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