Manila, 11 January 2021 - Quisumbing Torres maintains top-tier recognition in the recently concluded Chambers Asia Pacific in 2021 research round.

Chambers awarded Band 1 rankings for the firm's Employment, Intellectual Property and Real Estate practices and Band 2 in other key areas -- Banking & Finance, Corporate/M&A, Dispute Resolution, Arbitration, Projects, Infrastructure & Energy, and Tax.

"We are very pleased that our continued commitment to provide our clients with outstanding service is recognized by reputable legal directories, such as the Chambers Asia Pacific. Our notable rankings confirm our position as the law firm of choice, and reflect the passion of our team to develop the most innovative solutions for our clients in the Philippines," says Ramon Quisumbing, managing partner. Ramon is cited as an Eminent Practitioner in the Dispute Resolution and Dispute Resolution: Arbitration categories.

Chambers Asia Pacific cites the firm "maintains an impressive track record in assisting international companies with corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, the establishment of local subsidiaries and market entry into the Philippines. Also well versed in M&A and securities transactions. Clients further benefit from the firm's strong relationships with local regulatory bodies and the depth of its regulatory knowledge in a wide range of industries, including the pharmaceutical, healthcare, financial services and consumer goods sectors. Notable experience in competition law issues, advising notable clients on merger control and restructuring, as well as real estate deals."

In addition, 9 other Quisumbing Torres lawyers are ranked in individual categories. The list includes Pearl Liu (for Corporate/M&A), Gil Zerrudo (for Employment), Dennis Dimagiba (for Tax), Donemark Calimon (for Dispute Resolution and Arbitration), Kenneth Chua (for Employment), Bienvenido Marquez III (for Intellectual Property), Dennis Quintero (for Projects, Infrastructure & Energy), Eliseo Zuñiga, Jr. (for Employment) and Divina Ilas-Panganiban (for Intellectual Property).