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Morrison & Foerster named by Chambers USA as a finalist for Privacy & Data Security Law Firm of the Year

19 Apr 2022

Morrison & Foerster has been shortlisted and named a finalist by Chambers USA for Privacy and Data Security Law Firm of the Year in its 2022 Chambers USA Awards. The recognition follows MoFo’s renowned Privacy and Data Security Practice Group, achieving a Band 1 practice area ranking from Chambers USA and Band 2 from Chambers Global.

The Chambers USA Awards reflect a firm’s achievements over the past 12 months including: outstanding work, impressive strategic growth, and excellence in client service. Labelling MoFo a “market-leading data security and privacy firm,” Chambers also cited client references that single out the group as “the best global privacy and data protection practice of any large law firm I have worked with in the past 20 years, All of the lawyers are true experts and professionals. They go above and beyond what we have tasked with them with and have always exceeded my expectations.”

We are grateful to our clients for their continued trust and for allowing us to provide them with exemplary service across industries, jurisdictions, and borders.

In addition to highlighting the practice, Chambers has also recommended lawyers from the group, including partners Miriam Wugmeister, Alex van der Wolk, Kristen Mathews, Julie O’Neill, Nathan Taylor, and Rick Fischer. Miriam Wugmeister, who is a partner and co-chair of the group, is also listed on the Chambers Global Spotlight Table for Privacy & Data Security: Incident Response.

View the full awards shortlist for the Chambers USA 2022 awards. Winners will be named at the awards ceremony which will be held virtually on May 26, 2022. According to Chambers, the awards recognize a law firm’s pre-eminence in key jurisdictions in the United States. They honor the work of national and international law firms across the region based on the research for the recent edition of Chambers USA Guide.



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