Debevoise Shortlisted in Three Categories at the 2023 Chambers USA Awards

16 June 2023

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP has been shortlisted in the Banking, Criminal Litigation and Intellectual Property Law Firm of the Year categories at the Chambers USA Awards 2023.

The Chambers Awards recognizes preeminent law firms in key U.S. jurisdictions. They also reflect achievements over the past 12 months including outstanding work, impressive strategic growth and excellence in client service.

The Debevoise Banking Group advises banks and other financial institutions on the gamut of regulatory, litigation and transactional matters. As banking industry regulation has proliferated in the wake of the financial crisis, the Debevoise Banking Group has grown to more than 20 lawyers with experience that spans the landscape of regulatory regimes and agencies. The practice advises financial industry clients on mergers and acquisitions, U.S. and international regulatory and compliance issues, enforcement matters, capital markets activities, new product development, digital assets and cryptocurrency-related activities.

The Debevoise White Collar & Regulatory Defense Group is ranked as one of the world’s top practices by Global Investigations Review and as Band 1 by Chambers in the U.S. and UK for its complex representations of clients facing litigation and public policy crises, as well as Band 1 in the U.S. for both FCPA and Securities: Regulation: Enforcement. Selected by Law360 as a 2021 White Collar Practice Group of the Year and by Benchmark Litigation as the 2022 White Collar Firm of the Year, the group has been involved in some of the most significant investigations, litigations, and resolutions over the past few years, and offers international and domestic clients a depth of experience and global reach that allows for effective and strategic counsel.

The Debevoise Intellectual Property Litigation Group handles a wide variety of cases around the world, including trademark, trade dress and advertising disputes; copyright matters in media and entertainment; right of publicity issues; and unfair competition, trade secret and patent cases. Many of its cases have cross-border components, and it has deep experience across a wide range of industries. The Group has been selected as Managing Intellectual Property’s “Trademark Contentious Firm of the Year” in four of the last seven years. The team was also named the Intellectual Property Law Firm of the Year at the Chambers USA Awards in 2022.”