13 December 20213 minute read

DLA Piper lawyers ranked in Chambers FinTech 2022

DLA Piper is pleased to announce that the firm received 19 firm rankings and 14 individual lawyer rankings in the Chambers FinTech 2022 guide.

DLA Piper’s US and Latin America firm rankings include:
  • Chile FinTech Legal
  • USA FinTech Legal
  • USA FinTech Legal: Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies
  • USA FinTech Legal: Data Protection & Cyber Security

DLA Piper’s US and Latin America lawyer rankings include:

  • Matías Zegers, Chile FinTech Legal
  • Margo Tank, USA FinTech Legal: Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies
  • Mark Radcliffe, USA FinTech Legal: Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies
  • David Whitaker, USA FinTech Legal: Data Protection & Cyber Security
  • Margo Tank, USA FinTech Legal: Data Protection & Cyber Security

DLA Piper’s global firm rankings include:

  • Australia FinTech Legal
  • Belgium FinTech Legal
  • China FinTech Legal (International Firms)
  • Denmark FinTech Legal
  • Finland FinTech Legal
  • France FinTech Legal
  • Global-wide FinTech Legal
  • London FinTech Legal
  • National Leaders (Outside London) FinTech Legal
  • Nigeria (Olajide Oyewole LLP) FinTech Legal
  • North West FinTech Legal
  • Norway FinTech Legal
  • Singapore FinTech Legal
  • Spain FinTech Legal
  • United Arab Emirates FinTech Legal

DLA Piper’s global lawyer rankings include:

  • Joel Cox, Australia FinTech Legal
  • Pierre Berger, Belgium FinTech Legal
  • Kristi Swartz, China FinTech Legal (International Firms)
  • Scott Thiel, China FinTech Legal (International Firms)
  • Sébastien Praicheux, France FinTech Legal
  • Stewart Plant, North West FinTech Legal
  • Camilla Wollan, Norway FinTech Legal
  • Bridget King, South Africa, FinTech Legal
  • Paul Allen, United Arab Emirates FinTech Legal

“These rankings are an important recognition of the depth and breadth of our experience serving clients in the fintech industry and our ability to provide sophisticated guidance to help them navigate the increasingly complex environment at the intersection of transactions, technology and regulation,” said DLA Piper partner David Luce, global co-chair of the firm’s Fintech practice.

These recognitions build on DLA Piper’s rankings in the 2021 edition of Chambers USA, in which the firm received 216 lawyer rankings and 94 firm rankings, as well as the 2022 edition of Chambers Latin America, in which the firm received 38 lawyer rankings and 15 firm rankings.

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