Published on September 29, 2022
Enyo Law secures key positions in Legal 500 2023 rankings

We are pleased to share that once again, Enyo Law has been ranked as a leading conflict-free disputes-only firm across litigation and international arbitration in the latest edition of The Legal 500 directory rankings.

This year’s rankings are as follows:

Fraud: Civil – Band 2

Next Generation Partners – Konrad Rodgers

Other key lawyers – Tim Elliss, Pietro Marino, Nick Jones, Lucinda Orr

Testimonials – ‘The instructions are testament in themselves to the team’s experience and expertise, from top to bottom, in the highest value and most complex fraud cases.’

‘Enyo really punches above its weight: it regularly comes up against Magic Circle firms in a number of high-value, high-tech commercial disputes and more than holds its own.’

‘Tim Elliss is a very bright and seasoned litigator. He’s an absolute pleasure to work with and very hardworking, but has a deep knowledge of the law and a fine sense of how a court will deal with things.’

Konrad Rodgers: ‘hugely intelligent’

Commercial Litigation: Premium – Band 3

Leading Individual – Edward Allen, George Maling

Next Generation Partners – Tim Elliss, Lucinda Orr

Other key lawyers – Boris Telyatnikov, Anna Maxwell

Testimonials – ‘Enyo is a boutique litigation practice, with huge strength in depth and a wide range of experience and expertise. It has the resources to put together the perfect team for the full range of commercial disputes.’

‘George Maling is first class. One of the finest commercial litigators in the City.’

‘They are all calm, clever and sensible. Great people to be leading the team in virtually any kind of commercial dispute.’

Banking Litigation: Investment and Retail  – Band 3

Next Generation Partners – Nick Jones

Other key lawyers – Pietro Marino, Simon Twigden, Edward Allen, George Maling, Lucinda Orr, Jamie Leader, Jonathan Brook

Testimonials – ‘Enyo is a boutique litigation practice with a wealth of experience, from top to bottom, in complex and high-value banking disputes. This means that they have the flexibility to create a team with the right resources and expertise to meet the needs of the client in almost any litigation.’

‘George Maling is an outstanding solicitor, whose charm and relaxed manner belies an acute legal mind and excellent judgement, drawn from his years of experience in banking cases.’

‘Their strength in depth is particularly impressive and stems from their boutique model. The firm has quality dispute lawyers at every level – paralegal to partner. No matter who is handling your case, you can be confident that they will have a deep understanding of the legal issues and astute judgement on how to develop a case; and be extremely diligent in their management of it. No stone will be left unturned and every good point identified and deployed.’

International Arbitration – Band 4

Next Generation Partners – Evgeniya Rubinina, Matthew Marshall

Other key lawyers – Pietro Marino, Daniel Levy, Tim Elliss, Richard Levett, Konrad Rodgers, Jonathan Pagan, Francesca Albert, Katie Marquet-Horwood, Jonas Habert

Testimonials – ‘The team’s strengths lie in its diverse experience, knowledge and expertise at all levels, and ability to cover all manner of disputes – multi-layered, vibrant and successful outcomes for clients at far lower costs than firms with much larger and expensive arbitration teams.’

‘Pietro Marino is a strategist with vast experience. Pietro’s knowledge of the international arbitration landscape extends to the best expert witnesses, foreign firms in most countries, and of course barristers. Pietro is also honest and with a strong value system.’

‘Jonathan Brook takes a pragmatic and commercial approach to all aspects of litigation, and is at all times conscious of the cost entailed to achieve the desired result.’

Richard Levett: ‘excellent choice’

We are incredibly grateful to our clients and peers for their excellent feedback this year.

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