Foley Hoag International Arbitration Practice, Partners Ranked by Chambers and Partners - Latin America

Ronald Goodman and Paul Reichler Recognized as ‘Notable Practitioners’

October 19, 2015

Foley Hoag LLP’s International Litigation and Arbitration Practice and its Co-Chairs Ronald Goodman and Paul Reichler were recently recognized in Chambers Latin America Guide 2016.

The International Arbitration practice was ranked in the Latin America-wide category, while partners Goodman and Reichler were ranked as notable practitioners in the Latin America -wide category for International Arbitration. Chambers bases its rankings on interviews with lawyers, clients and other independent research.

As noted in Chambers Latin America Guide 2016, Foley Hoag's International Litigation and Arbitration practice is a "hard hitter in the public international law space" with a strong profile in Latin America. It also cites clients as stating they "regularly retain the firm on account of the exceptional lawyers," and that Foley Hoag attorneys are "very good at what they do."

The guide identifies Goodman as "a popular choice" with clients, who say "he was incredible throughout the case" and achieved "fantastic" results. Clients view Reichler as "superb," and praise him as "an expert in public international law."

Since 1999, Chambers and Partners has been researching the legal markets of more than 180 countries, identifying leading lawyers and law firms through interviews with thousands of attorneys and their clients. Chambers has garnered its reputation on the independence and objectivity of its research.

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