Lawrence Graham has confirmed three lawyers as partners in the international law firm.
Robert Paterson, Vanessa de Froberville and Frederic Mege were all promoted last week.
Hugh Maule, managing partner, Lawrence Graham, said: “All three new partners have won and nurtured prestigious UK and international clients and have shown both commitment and innovation.
“They have demonstrated outstanding client management skills and have worked hard to help develop their practice areas. I look forward to working with them even more in the future.”
Paterson is a London-based restructuring and insolvency associate and a licensed IP. He joined Lawrence Graham in 2006, advising banks, IPs and creditors on all aspects of restructuring and insolvency.
He recent recently advised the receivers of the Woolgate Exchange property in the City of London.
De Froberville, a London-based commercial lawyer, specialises in IT, IP, sales and marketing. She joined Lawrence Graham in 2000 and recently advised on the sale of the Jessops brand, and other assets.
Mege is a dual-qualified French and English private client lawyer, based in Monaco. He advises international clients on French and international tax, as well as intervening on general issues related to private client business.
Lawrence Graham also operates out of Dubai, Moscow and Singapore. Since March 2012, the firm has appointed nine other partners to its practise.
Through 2012 new partners also came from firms including Bird & Bird, Herbert Smith, Linklaters and Stephenson Harwood.