Pogust Goodhead ranked in The Legal 500

October 7, 2022

Pogust Goodhead is thrilled to announce that we have been ranked in The Legal 500 Environment listings 2022.

Acknowledging our outstanding achievements over the past few years, the ranking reflects our international success in representing victims of serious harm by large corporations around the world.

Our recent successful rulings in our case against BHP over the Mariana dam disaster, the worst environmental disaster in Brazil’s history, and against Braskem in the Netherlands over the devastation and destruction wrought by their salt mining operations, are examples of the greater recognition we have earned.

We are committed to seeking redress for our claimants across the world, and we are delighted Legal 500 have recognised this.

As one of the testimonials in our legal 500 ranking said:

“This firm outperforms its rivals. For a relatively new firm, it has deservedly made a name for itself. It embraces the opportunity to take on precedent setting litigation, taking a refreshingly commercial approach to environmental actions. The team is not afraid to take on large multinational corporations to obtain justice for its clients.”

It is fair to say that we could not have been recognised for these rankings had it not been for the commitment and tenacious determination of all our legal teams at Pogust Goodhead.

The dedication of our team to our clients shows no bounds and continues to drive forward our global legal practice.

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