Mar 28, 2017
Cadwalader has been recognized in the new edition of Best Lawyers in the United Kingdom, with five of the firm’s London-based partners featured as leaders in their categories.
Adam Blakemore (Tax Law) is a partner in the firm’s Tax Practice. Blakemore advises on the taxation aspects of structuring domestic and cross-border corporate and financing transactions, including securitisations, repackagings, credit linked instruments, stock lending arrangements and a variety of financial products.
Jeremy Cross (Banking & Finance Law) is a partner in Cadwalader’s Capital Markets Group. Cross focuses on funds finance and real estate finance, and has broad experience in acquisition, leverage and general corporate finance. He acts for lenders, borrowers and sponsors on a wide range of domestic and international financing transactions.
Stephen Day (Securitisation Law) is a partner in the firm’s Capital Markets Practice. Day represents financial institutions, funds and corporations in Europe and the United States in connection with a wide range of structured finance and securitisation transactions, with a focus on complex cross-border deals.
Yushan Ng (Insolvency & Restructuring Law) is co-chair of Cadwalader’s Financial Restructuring Group. He has acted on a wide range of domestic and cross-border restructurings, insolvency proceedings and financings with a focus on advising institutions that invest in distressed situations or finance impaired credits.
Gregory Petrick (Insolvency & Restructuring Law), co-chair of the firm’s Financial Restructuring Group and managing partner of the London office, represents debtors, official unsecured creditors’ committees, secured lenders, state regulators and trustees in complex, cross-border corporate reorganizations.
The selection process for Best Lawyers is based on a peer-review system in which approximately 50,000 leading lawyers cast nearly five million votes on the legal skills of other lawyers in their practice areas.
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