Recognition of Réttur by Chambers 2023
The firm received the following reviews:
“Réttur – Aðalsteinsson & Partners has a well-regarded dispute resolution team handling a diverse caseload. The law firm assists with commercial litigation, employment disputes and real estate issues. The lawyers also have noteworthy expertise in human rights, constitutional and criminal law cases. The department represents companies as well as private individuals.“
“The lawyers have a high degree of commercial understanding and awareness. They are able and willing to work fast and efficiently”.
“The law firm has a broad team with vast practical experience.”
Two of our attorneys have received ranking, both our founder and senior partner Ragnar Aðalsteinsson, for the 17th year in a row. The following review on Ragnar´s work in the field of dispute resolution was published by Chambers this year:
“Ragnar Aðalsteinsson is a highly experienced practitioner recognized for his longstanding expertise in the field of dispute resolution. He has particular knowledge in criminal law cases.“
„Advancing in the rankings, Sigurður Örn Hilmarsson possesses a strong reputation within the Icelandic dispute resolution sphere. His practice encompasses a broad range of expertise, from commercial litigation and employment disputes to human rights and constitutional law cases.“
“He is an exceptionally strong litigator and attorney who is extremely articulate and effective at addressing legal matters whether in court or in business meetings.”
“Sigurður Örn Hilmarsson is an experienced litigator with a very broad range of expertise. His insight into copyright and contracts related to copyright is outstanding.”
According to Chambers, Réttur and the firm´s practicing attorneys are on their way up in rankings, both in the field of Corporate/Commercial law and in the field of Intellectual Property.
Réttur expresses gratitude to these reviews by the clients and legal community, which is an attest to our philosophy towards customers of providing a one-stop-shop or 360 degree service, as well as working ethically and in good cooperation with other legal professionals in dispute resolution and case handling.