Pogust Goodhead is ranked in the latest edition of Chambers

October 19, 2023

We are delighted to announce that we have been ranked in the latest edition of Chambers.

We have received the highest ranking (B1) in the Group Litigation category, recognising our firm’s instrumental work in litigating some of the largest class action claims in history.

We also ranked (B2) in both Environment and International Human Rights categories, acknowledging our record of holding numerous multinational corporations to account for wrongdoing that harms the environment and impacts vulnerable communities.

Congratulations to our CEO and Global Managing Partner, Thomas Goodhead who received individual recognition with two rankings, in the International Human Rights Law and the Group Litigation categories. Tom is a trailblazer in the UK’s group litigation industry and a committed advocate for access to justice for all.

Our Partners, Lisa Lunt and Matthew Newbould were also recognised. Lisa retained the Spotlight Position in the EDI Champion category, for her work handling large group actions against manufacturers of defective medical products. Matthew ranked in the Up-and-Coming category for Product Liability, for his work leading on our high-profile emissions claims cases.

Congratulations to Tom, Lisa, and Matthew, and to the rest of our team for a fantastic year.

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