Lawdragon has recognised 12 Three Crowns lawyers in the inaugural issue of The Lawdragon Global Litigation 500 for their expertise in global disputes, international arbitration, and public international law. They have been selected following research that identified them as “elite advisors who are routinely called upon to advise the world’s leading corporations” with Lawdragon further noting they “know their way around global business battlefields.”
Lawdragon recognised 11 partners for their international arbitration practices, including Constantine Partasides QC, Reza Mohtashami QC, Gaëtan Verhoosel, Carmen Martinez Lopez, and Manish Aggarwal in the London office, Georgios Petrochilos, Todd Wetmore, and Kathryn Khamsi in the Paris office, Scott Vesel in the Bahrain office, and Luke Sobota and Liz Snodgrass in the Washington, DC office. Three Crowns’ managing director Hugh Carlson, based in the Washington, DC office, is also recognised for his international arbitration practice.
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