ACCRALAW has been recognized as an Outstanding Firm by Asialaw in its 2023/24 rankings.
The Firm was ranked Outstanding in the following industry sectors and practice areas, namely:
- Banking and Financial Services
- Intellectual Property
- Capital Markets
- Dispute Resolution
- Labor and Employment
ACCRALAW was also ranked as Highly Recommended for Technology and Telecommunications, Corporate and M&A, Real Estate, Tax, and Construction, as well as Recommended for the practice areas of Banking and Finance, Infrastructure, Competition/Antitrust, and Energy.
Meanwhile, eleven (11) lawyers of the Firm were identified as leading practitioners in their respective practice areas.
For Banking and Finance as well as Corporate and M&A, Senior Partner Judy Hao was recognized as a Distinguished Practitioner.
For Capital Markets, Ms. Hao was also recognized as a Distinguished Practitioner while Senior Legal Counsel Francisco Ed. Lim was identified as an Elite Practitioner.
For Dispute Resolution, Managing Partner and Senior Partner Patricia-Ann T. Prodigalidad was identified as a Distinguished Practitioner, Mr. Lim was recognized as an Elite Practitioner, and Senior Partner Teodoro L. Regala, Jr. was named a Notable Practitioner. Founding Partner Avelino V. Cruz and Senior Legal Counsel Victor P. Lazatin were both recognized as Senior Statesman in this field.
For Intellectual Property, Partner Victor N. De Leon was recognized as a Distinguished Practitioner while Senior Partner Alex Ferdinand S. Fider was identified as an Elite Practitioner.
For Labor and Employment, Of Counsel Emerico O. De Guzman was recognized as a Distinguished Practitioner while Of Counsel Emiterio C. Manibog, Jr. was identified as a Senior Statesman.
For Tax, Senior Partner Ruby Rose J. Yusi was recognized as a Distinguished Practitioner.
Asialaw is an international legal publication that identifies outstanding private practice legal professionals based on “an extensive research process that includes law firm submissions, interviews and surveys with house counsel and private practitioners, independent research from [its] Asia based editorial team.”