Legal 500 guide names iLaw as a ‘go-to firm’

One of the world’s most prestigious legal directories the Legal 500 guide has ranked innovative London law firm, iLaw, for its work in the field of IT and Telecoms and Commercial Litigation.

Used internationally by businesses, organisations and in-house lawyers, the guide pools information on the country’s best firms by researching the matters that they handle and feedback from their clients.

iLaw is ranked in Tier 4 in London for its work within the IT and Telecoms sector. The guide says: “ILaw is a go-to firm in the field. The team understands the requirements of its client’s businesses and sets its costs appropriately.”

It highlights the firm’s work on contractual disputes, corporate transactions and intellectual property and regulatory matters, particularly those involving data protection issues.

The Legal 500 guide also recognises iLaw’s Directors Justin Ellis, Mark Culbert and Matt Poli for their knowledge of this sector and work within it.

Meanwhile, the guide lists the firm for Commercial Litigation in London and says that the “’team is exceedingly commercially astute and delivers good outcomes for difficult disputes”.

It also highlights the teams work on an ongoing multi-million-pound matter relating to VISA and Mastercard, which involves more than 50 retail businesses who are disputing the card issuers interchange fees.

The guide once again mentions the firm’s Managing Director, Mark Culbert describing him as “steady under fire”, while his fellow Director Tom Clark is said to be “a committed and adept operator”. It goes on to add that iLaw offers “great, practical advice from experienced solicitors”.

Reflecting on their position within the guide, Mark said: “We are delighted, as in previous years, to be listed in the latest Legal 500 guide. It recognises our respected position in these fields and the esteem in which our technology and litigation teams are held by our clients and the profession.  These are key areas for iLaw and ones which we continue to grow year upon year.”

To read iLaw’s full ranking in the 2020 Legal 500 guide, please click here.