Matthew Lohn re-elected for second term as Fieldfisher senior partner
Fieldfisher partners have re-elected Matthew Lohn for a second three-year term as senior partner.
Matthew Lohn has been re-elected as Fieldfisher's senior partner for a second term having first been elected to the post in February 2013.
Matthew chairs the firm's Supervisory Board and has been heavily involved working with the Executive over the past three years in shaping the future of the firm. As well as chairing the firm's Supervisory Board, he has also been responsible for implementing and managing the firm's new client satisfaction audit process. Over the past two years he has regularly met with Fieldfisher's key clients to receive feedback as to how the firm is performing in the market.
Matthew has continued to fee-earn during his term as Senior Partner and remains a key figure in the firm's regulatory disputes practice. He has been instructed on a number of high profile cases including for Sport England in its successful defence of judicial review proceedings brought by the English Bridge Union. He is currently advising the Groceries Code Adjudicator on her first ever investigation into the supermarket retailer Tesco.
Matthew Lohn said: "I would like to thank the entire partnership for their support and for electing me once more as the firm's senior partner. We have made enormous strides as a firm over the past three years and start 2016 as a thriving mid-market practice. I look forward to working with my fellow partners to make the firm even more successful during the next three years."