Brown Rudnick lawyers and practices have been highlighted in the 2021 edition of Chambers UK. The Firm earned four practice rankings, and eight Brown Rudnick lawyers were recognized as leading lawyers in their respective practice areas: Nicola Kerr (Employment: Senior Executive); Neil Foster (Corporate/M&A: Mid-market); Peter Bibby (Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory); Jane Colston (Fraud: Civil); Neil Micklethwaite (Fraud: Civil); Mark Lubbock (Life Sciences: Transactional; Information Technology); Mark Dorff (Private Equity: Venture Capital Investment); and Charlotte Møller (Restructuring/Insolvency).

Praises from clients and peers for the ranked practice areas include:

Financial Crime: Corporate: “Draws on a strong regulatory practice to provide a seamless, international service to clients facing investigation from multiple agencies. Well versed in handling corruption and money laundering matters. Further strength advising on anti-bribery and sanctions compliance.”; Sources describe the team as "very good and experienced in this field," adding that the lawyers are "very proactive and helpful."

Financial Crime: Individuals: “Highly regarded financial crime practice. A popular choice to act on major matters including investigations into suspected rate manipulation, as well as bribery and corruption. Deep experience representing senior executives facing SFO proceedings. Noted for expertise in regulatory matters on both sides of the Atlantic.”

Financial Services: Regulatory: “Established team advising on high-profile matters in the financial services space. Experienced advisers to those facing scrutiny and enforcement action from regulators. Especially noted for its representation of individual clients such as senior executives.”; Market sources describe the team as "easy to work "with lawyers willing to "roll up their sleeves."

Fraud: Civil: “Investigates and litigates cases of alleged fraud in the UK and around the world, including Asian, European and Middle Eastern jurisdictions. Effective at obtaining interim relief such as freezing and disclosure orders to pursue missing funds. Clients include institutional investors and other financial institutions. Draws on the firm's strong financial crime and regulatory practices to provide clients with a comprehensive service.”; An interviewee describes the practice as "a formidable team who work their cases really well."

View Brown Rudnick’s complete results on the Chambers website.