Chris Osborne, a partner in the firm’s Forensic Services team has also been recognised as a ‘notable practitioner’ by the directory.
The guide, which is compiled by senior industry professionals, recognises firms for their “client service, technical ability, and the depth of their team”.
The firm said the ranking “bookends another successful year of growth” for the team, during which it expanded its service offering thanks to the acquisition of forensic services firm Walton Dodge Forensic, as a part of the wider JDC Group based in East Anglia.
Forensic specialists Jon Dodge and Fiona Hotston Moore joined as partners as part of the acquisition.
Now in its sixth year, the Forensic Services team have also made a number of strategic appointments which saw team headcount grow by 25% over the course of the last year.
Adrian Coates joined the Forensic Technology team as a director, alongside Forensic Services assistant managers, Lisa Mazzucotelli, Tom Arnold, and Fraser Anderson and Forensic analyst, Brandon Chung.
Chris Osborne said: “We’re extremely proud to have been once again recognised for our breadth of experience, professionalism and strong relationships with our clients. We’re committed to providing exceptional support to our clients, and investment in our team is key to doing so.
“The last year has seen us significantly strengthen our offering, giving us the ability to work on a greater number of complex mandates, including international arbitrations, major accounting investigations, and cases requiring electronic discovery solutions – an area of real growth for us.”