The Locke Lord London office is proud to have five lawyers recognised by Chambers UK 2020.
James Channo, Co-Chair of the Firm’s International Transactions Practice Group, was named as a recommended lawyer for his work in the Corporate/M&A: Mid-Market category. Channo was noted for being particularly active on cross-border deals.
John Olsen, Chair of Locke Lord’s International IP Practice Group and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Trademark, Copyright and Advertising Practice Group, was recognised in Intellectual Property. He was acknowledged for his “comprehensive trade mark portfolio management practice in which he assists clients with applications, prosecution and enforcement,” “decades of experience” and a “very robust approach.”
Joanne Davis, who leads the Firm’s UK Consumer Finance practice, was recognised for her individual achievements in the practice area. A client noted, “She is an open, collaborative partner with a clear desire to provide robust advice and outcomes, and who has a deep knowledge of consumer credit.”
A new addition to the Chambers UK rankings, Siobhan Moore, Global Head of Locke Lord’s Cards and Payments practice, was included as a UK-wide Recognised Practitioner in Financial Services: Payments Law.
Rachael Browning was ranked as an “Associate to Watch” for Consumer Finance for the second consecutive year. Browning was commended for being “dedicated, knowledgeable and practical” and able to be “relied upon to deliver to a high quality and in a timely manner."
In addition to the individual rankings, Locke Lord was listed as having a recommended practice for Consumer Finance, with clients describing the team as “excellent” and noted that Locke Lord’s lawyers “know the space very well and can work outside the box to develop innovative products.”