Smith Anderson is one of only nine law firms in the world to be recognized in the Agribusiness chapter of the Chambers Global 2020 guide.
According to clients interviewed by Chambers, the Smith Anderson team "is always extremely mindful of the areas and ways we work, always helpful, and creative in thinking how to get through difficult situations."
The Global guide is often referred to as "the gold-standard" in the legal profession and ranks the top lawyers and law firms in over 190 countries across the world. According to Chambers, rankings are based on in-depth research conducted by more than 200 research analysts who compare the strengths and advantages of the leading firms for international work across more than 200 jurisdictions.
Smith Anderson’s AgTech team is led by John Therien, Jason Brege and Mike Saber. The team has counseled clients in well over 100 transactions, many of them mission critical and involving companies looking to transform the way that the world grows food and feeds the planet. The practice works with more than 50 companies based in 13 states in the U.S. and seven countries.
As part of our AgTech team’s commitment to the industry, members of our team travel to numerous AgTech and related conferences to stay abreast of the latest developments in food & ag. Next up for the team is the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit in San Francisco in March. We hope to see you in San Francisco!
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Chambers Global delivers insight and analysis on the global legal profession that is unrivalled in its reach and depth. The guide ranks top lawyers and law firms in over 200 jurisdictions across the world and has the largest research team of its kind, including more than 200 research analysts. Research is conducted exclusively for rankings and is based on one-on-one client interviews as standard, of which thousands are conducted every month. To find out more, please view Chambers’ methodology page.