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Covington & Burling LLP

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Chairman of Management Committee: Timothy C Hester
Managing Partner: Christopher Walter
Number of partners worldwide: 300
Number of lawyers in London: 115
Languages:Arabic, Bulgarian, Cantonese, Crimean Tatar, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Igbo, Italian, Latvian, Mandarin, Marathia, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Tamil, Turkish, Urdu

Stephen Bond, Jeremy Wilson
Brands: Louise Nash Capital Markets: Simon Amies, Gregor Frizzell
Corporate & M&A: Paul Claydon, Gregor Frizzell
Chris Bracebridge, Mark Young, Ian Hargreaves
Data Protection: Daniel Cooper
Employment: Chris Bracebridge, Christopher Walter
Energy/Clean-Tech: Simon Amies
EU & Competition: Peter Camesasca, Kevin Coates, Miranda Cole, Elaine Whiteford, Johan Ysewyn
Financial Services/Regulatory: Charlotte Hill
Fraud, Compliance & Investigations: David Lorello, Ian Hargreaves
Funds & Investments: Simon Goodworth, Hilary Prescott
Insurance Coverage – Policyholders: Richard Mattick
Intellectual Property: Morag Peberdy, Lisa Peets
International Trade: David Lorello, Lisa Peets
IT & E-Commerce: Lisa Peets, Mark Young
Litigation: Alex Leitch, Craig Pollack, Gregory Lascelles, Louise Freeman
Life Sciences - Collaborations & Licensing:
Lucinda Osborne, Daniel Pavin
Life Sciences - Regulatory: Robin Blaney, Brian Kelly, Grant Castle
Life Sciences - Transactions: Paul Claydon, James Gubbins
Project Finance: Graham Vinter, Ben Donovan, Agnieszka Klich, Robin Mizrahi, David Miles
Public Affairs: Lisa Peets, Sebastian Vos
Real Estate: Hilary Prescott
Technology & Media: Paul Claydon, Louise Nash
Tax: Guy Dingley
US Corporate: Kristian Wiggert
Venture Capital: Gregor Frizzell James Halstead, Louise Nash, James Gubbins

In an increasingly regulated world, Covington has an exceptional ability to help clients navigate their most complex business problems, deals and disputes.

Covington’s distinctively collaborative culture allows it to be truly one team globally, drawing on the diverse experience of lawyers and advisors across the firm by seamlessly sharing insight and experience.

What sets the firm apart is its ability to combine the tremendous strength in its litigation, investigations, and corporate practices with deep knowledge of policy and policymakers, and one of the world’s leading regulatory practices.

This enables the firm to create novel solutions for its clients’ toughest problems, successfully try its toughest cases, and deliver commercially practical advice of the highest quality.

Expertise in a Highly Regulated World:
In a world that is increasingly complex and highly regulated, Covington has built a powerful firmwide capability to help its clients navigate the intersection of law and policy.

The Firm:
Covington’s distinctively collaborative culture and lack of origination credits mean that its clients always get the best possible counsel.

Strategic Foresight on Policy:
Covington understands the government inside out. It knows the substance, the process, and the people behind the policy. This gives the firm strategic foresight into the ever-changing policy landscape.

Combining Quality with Commercial Acumen:
The firm delivers commercially practical advice of the highest quality, combining a deep understanding of clients’ industries with sophisticated and integrated legal knowledge.

Cracking the Toughest Problems:
Covington’s capabilites and the quality of its thinking enables the firm to tackle the toughest deals and disputes and create innovative solutions to the most complex business challenges of any shape or size.


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