GBS Disputes becomes first 3E cloud customer in Europe

Gaillard Banifatemi Shelbaya (GBS) Disputes is adopting Azure hosted Thomson Reuters 3E Cloud, becoming its first European customer.

Based in Paris, London and New York, GBS Disputes was only established in early 2021 but already has more than 45 lawyers, including eight partners and five counsel. Set up by eight Shearman & Sterling partners including veteran global international arbitration practice heads Emmanuel Gaillard and Yas Banifatemi, it is ranked as a band 3 international arbitration practice by Chambers and Partners.

We’re told that GBS Disputes selected 3E Cloud for its scalable financial management and analytics and reporting capabilities, as well as its cross-jurisdictional and multicurrency capabilities.

Other firms to select 3E Cloud include UK top 50 law firm Osborne Clarke, UK top 150 firm Fox Williams, and US law firms Gordon Arata Montgomery Barnett; McDonald Hopkins and Kitch Drutchas Wagner Valitutti & Sherbrook.

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