Three Crowns maintained a leading position for Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration in The Legal 500 EMEA 2021 (France) rankings. Todd Wetmore, Georgios Petrochilos, Kathryn Khamsi, and Simon Elliot are recognised individually. In addition, the firm received a top ranking in Public International Law and is the only firm this year to be recognised in this practice area.
The Legal 500 acclaims Three Crowns as “tru[e] arbitration specialists” while being “[a] very experienced and professional team with very sharp people who complement each other.” The firm is recognised for its “strength in commercial and investment disputes.”
Additionally, Three Crowns is recognised with a top ranking in Public International Law, noting that the firm “offers high-level public international law expertise that is sought after for major inter-states’ disputes.”
FOUR LAWYERS INDIVIDUALLY RECOGNISED IN THE RANKINGS
Todd is once again recognised as a “Leading Individual” in International Arbitration. One client noted to The Legal 500 that he “is tireless, very intelligent and pragmatic,” also stating that “[c]onstruction litigation has no secrets to him.” Todd has handled some of the most challenging and complex commercial cases, appearing as counsel or arbitrator in over 50 major international arbitrations.
Georgios is recognised as a “Leading Individual” in International Public Law and is the only lawyer this year to receive this ranking. The Legal 500 distinguishes him as “a strategist, very intelligent, and has a special ability to understand and work with foreign laws.” Georgios has a broad practice covering inter-state, investment, and commercial disputes. He has published extensively on international law and international arbitration.
Kathryn is distinguished as a “Next Generation Partner” in International Arbitration for the third straight year. Representing corporate clients and States, she is particularly sought after in high-value disputes that raise complex issues of fact and law.
Simon is featured in the rankings again in 2021. His practice has a particular focus on disputes arising out of large infrastructure and major projects. One client noted, “[h]e is a very elegant draftsman and has a very impressive ability to handle highly complex technical issues.”« Back