Withers global art team recognized by Chambers High Net Worth 2023 guide
20 July 2023 | 1 minute read
Withers’ art law practice is proud to once again be recognized in Art and Cultural Property Law by Chambers & Partners in the latest edition of its High Net Worth Guide in Band 1 in the US for the fourth consecutive year since the category’s inception and Band 2 in the UK for the sixth consecutive year.
Chambers indicates that the Withers team “remains a leading choice for art-world clients requiring advice on complex domestic and international art matters." One source says that "the team possesses a wealth of knowledge and support that makes the difference. They have a team to cover all potential matters that we might encounter" and another comments that "the work is complex but it has always been handled in an amazing way and they cover all bases well."
“It is wonderful to see our team recognized in the 2023 Chambers HNW Guide rankings. Above all, these rankings reflect the deep commitment we have to our clients and the innovative services we offer across the art law market. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our clients, as well as our colleagues, for your trust and confidence in the Withers global art team," said Global Head of Art Law, Diana Wierbicki.
This year, the guide also features six of the firm’s professionals across jurisdictions in the Art and Cultural Property Law category, including:
- Diana Wierbicki, recognized in Band 1 (2019 - 2023)
- Dean Nicyper, recognized in Band 2 (2021 - 2023)
- Amanda Rottermund, recognized in the Up-and-Coming category (2023; Associate to Watch 2022). This followed her recent promotion to partner on July 1.
- Georges Lederman, recognized in Band 3 (2021 - 2023)
- Sarah Barker, recognized in Band 1 (2023), Band 2 (2019 - 2022)
- Eleni Polycarpou, recognized in Band 2 (2023; Band 3 2019 - 2022)
Withers’ art law practice group advises the world’s leading collectors, art dealers, galleries, artists, museums and other cultural institution.