Oben Law Partners, Advocates Simon Franckel and David Wilson, have been named as Leading Individuals for Dispute Resolution in the Legal 500. Franckel and Wilson founded the Oben Law partnership in 2016 and specialise in litigation.

A key industry guide, Legal 500 grades law firms and leading individuals following a thorough and independent research process, including interviews with clients and peers, as well as information provided by the firms themselves. The guide is the sector’s annual overview of the top firms and individuals.

Franckel and Wilson have extensive experience working with a range of clients including trust companies, financial institutions, fiduciary businesses, private clients, family offices, government agencies, global companies and beneficiaries.

Advocate Simon Franckel said: “David and I are delighted to be recognised and listed as leading individuals in the Legal 500. This has been a solid year for us, where we have continued to grow our team and our client base on both the commercial and private client sides of the business. We pride ourselves on providing a high-quality, responsive and personal service, built on solid relationships with our clients and their advisers, allowing them to resolve their problems effectively.”

Advocate David Wilson said ” This is an exciting time for Oben Law as we expand and look to recruit more junior lawyers to work in the family law and litigation teams. We are grateful for the recognition from the Legal 500 and particularly appreciative of all the support we have received from our clients and staff.”

Oben Law is known for its work in litigation, trust advisory, company advisory and insolvency, and it offers advice and representation to clients, including courtroom representation. Oben Law has a strong reputation for being experienced, professional and technically adept, with client relationships treated as paramount: Oben strives to deliver a uniquely tailored service that adds value to clients’ businesses.

Oben also has a thriving family law offering after recently recruiting Advocate Claire Rigby.

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