Bray & Krais ranked in Chambers UK 2022

Bray & Krais is delighted to have been ranked again in the Chambers UK Guide, retaining its leading firm status and several partners are also highly ranked for their expertise.

The Firm is ranked Band 2 for Media & Entertainment: Music. Richard Bray and Mark Krais are ranked Band 1 for their non-contentious music practices and Simon Dixon is ranked Band 4. Simon Goodbody is ranked Band 3 for Music: Contentious.

The Firm is described as an “acclaimed boutique music practice” and “incredibly efficient and pragmatic, incredibly well respected”, as well as having “great relationships in the industry.

Testimonials about the partners

Richard Bray “manages to blend being a very good lawyer and a very commercial lawyer, being sensible and getting things done, and is someone who people want to work with.” Another source notes Richard “is a really strong technical lawyer.”

Mark Krais is “incredibly strategic, both within a round of negotiation and in the long-term view of a business” and “very methodical and shows great attention to detail.

Simon Dixon “is responsive and has a great client base.”

Simon Goodbody is noted as a “good, sensible lawyer who fights hard for clients“, and “is very personable, very intelligent and knows the market.

A link to the Firm’s Chambers profile can be found here.


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