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John Milner Listed in Who’s Who Legal : Business Crime Defence 2017

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03rd November 2017

John Milner Listed in Who’s Who Legal : Business Crime Defence 2017

Business crime and fraud lawyer, John Milner, has been nominated by his peers as one of the world’s leading practitioners in his field in the Business Crime Defence 2017 edition of Who’s Who Legal.

This is a global publication based on independent research in the marketplace, with the aim of both reducing the short-term costs of finding a lawyer or expert, and to significantly lessen the transactional expense and risk of receiving poor counsel.

The process of selection is based only on those who receive the highest number of recommendations from peers and clients. The research is conducted afresh each year, and develops through conversations with practitioners worldwide who recommend those they have worked with recently whom they have found to be particularly impressive.

John Milner said of this global recognition:

“This recognition by the market is particularly pleasing. It acknowledges the increasing breadth and profile of our work, and represents a significant step forward for our small team.”

The list is comprised of 212 individuals (2/3 of which are Counsel), with around 70 partners from 40 firms named – those firms include the likes of Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy, Herbert Smith, Hogan Lovell, Slaughter & May, Simmons & Simmons and White & Case.

IBB is the only firm in England listed outside central London.

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Notes for editors

1) Many of IBB’s Partners are recognised as leaders in their field in Chambers & Partners directory.

2) The firm has offices in Uxbridge and Chesham (Bucks). It is a full-service law firm handling complex legal work for both businesses and individuals across four main practice areas — Real Estate, Corporate & Commercial, Private Client and Community Legal Services.

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