Abbiss Cadres ranked among leading firms once again by prestigious independent guide

20 January 2012 |

Following on from its earlier success, Abbiss Cadres has once again received recognition with a rating in the section for leading UK employee share plans practices  in the prestigious guide to the UK legal profession, Chambers UK 2010 edition.

At an individual level, partner Guy Abbiss has once again been included in the Best of the UK rankings.  Chambers UK notes that Guy Abbiss has enjoyed considerable success with boutique firm Abbiss Cadres since leaving Bird & Bird in 2008”. The guide notes that Guy is “literally available 24/7 and has specialist-level expertise.”

Earlier versions of the publication have described Guy as “diligent and client-focused” and is “particularly praised for his technical expertise”.  Chambers UK has also quoted client feedback including “he understands the ins and outs of convoluted plans and is the right person to go to for complex executive remuneration”.

First published in 1990, Chambers UK has established a reputation for its in-depth research.  Based on thousands of interviews with lawyers and clients, the guide ranks solicitors and barristers in over 60 specialist areas of law.  The qualities on which rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.

The rankings and editorial comment about lawyers are independent and objective and inclusion in the guide is based solely on the research team’s findings – no-one can ‘buy their way in’.

This is the second time the firm has been recognised since its inception in 2008 and the sixth consecutive year in which Guy has been recognised as a leader in his field by Chambers UK.

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