Squire Patton Boggs has been recognized as a leading law firm for its Israel Desk, ranked 1st among international firms in the ‘Hi-tech’ category and joint 2nd in the ‘Employment’ category. Labour and Employment partner Miriam Lampert in London has been ranked as a Recognized practitioner for her Israel related work.
The Israel Desks League Tables, now in their second year, showcase those law firms that are not only involved in Israeli deals and with Israeli clients, but also have a deep understanding of market trends, of their clients’ opportunities, and the challenges to overcome. The Israel Desks League Table also identify those Leading, Recognized, and Notable practitioners abroad, who take a proactive, instrumental and hands-on role with respect to Israel.
Leading the international pack in ‘Hi-tech’, Squire Patton Boggs is recognized for its expertise in the hi-tech sector: “The team advises high profile Israeli corporates, particularly in the technology and financial services sectors, and showcases a grasp of the issues facing cyber security companies, fin-tech, med-tech and smart mobility companies, in which it has grown its profile, in 2019 instrumental player at EcoMotion in Tel Aviv and organizer of a Smart Mobility roundtable discussion in the city.” The ranking indicates that this technology expertise is also shared by Squire Patton Boggs partner Sungbo Shim in Beijing, described as “one of few lawyers in China with a track record of advising Israeli companies doing business in the region.”
In the area of employment law, the firm is ranked 2nd globally, with the Table confirming that the “spotlight shines brightly on the 35-strong Israel Desk at Squire Patton Boggs, which is widely recognized by Israeli clients for its comprehensive advice in the employment field.” The firm’s Israel Desk is led by partner Miriam Lampert, “who brings clients more than 16 years’ experience of working in the Israeli market and an understanding of the UK ecosystem, with her role co-leading 1,370-member, Israeli Tech Parliament, one of the main networking groups for the Israeli tech community in London.”