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Choate’s Insurance & Reinsurance Group Receives Top Rankings in Reactions Magazine’s Legal Survey 2012


 | September 10, 2012

Choate announced today that its Insurance & Reinsurance Group received top rankings in Reactions magazine’s international Legal Survey 2012.  Among US firms, Choate was ranked first in the Reinsurance and Litigation categories and second overall.  Choate was also ranked as a top firm for reinsurance in the European Union, and first overall in the growing Asia-Pacific market.

“The Reactions Legal Survey is especially important for our Insurance & Reinsurance Group because it reflects the opinions and experiences of our clients,” said William Gelnaw and John Nadas, co-managing partners at Choate.  “Choate is a leading, world-class law firm in the complex field of insurance and reinsurance law and it is an honor to see that reflected in these top rankings from clients.”

Choate’s Insurance & Reinsurance Group represents and counsels national and multinational insurers, reinsurers and intermediaries in complex litigation, arbitration and bankruptcy proceedings.  With more than 20 attorneys, the group represents clients across the United States and abroad in the UK, continental Europe, Asia Pacific, Bermuda and other offshore locations.

Reactions is the leading financial magazine for the global insurance and reinsurance market.  The Legal Survey is based on readers’ opinions on which firms are the best by region and category.  The survey has been conducted annually since 2002 and is viewed as the key industry benchmarking survey of its type.


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