TLT was also 'Highly commended' in the National Firm of the Year category
TLT celebrated three nominations at the Legal Business Awards 2018 for Energy Team of the Year, Technology Team of the Year and National Firm of the Year.
Despite fierce competition, TLT also took home the 'Highly commended' award for National Firm of the Year, in recognition of its continued strong growth and expansion.
TLT reported 4% growth in revenue to £74.6m in 2017, marking its fifth year of consecutive growth, while the top line has grown by around 50% since 2013.
TLT's energy and renewables team is widely regarded as a specialist in the market, advising a range of clients on some of the biggest and most ground breaking clean energy projects in the UK. The firm has acted on 40% of successful projects in the National Grid Enhanced Frequency Response (EFR) auction, noticeably the buyer of the 20MW Broxburn energy storage plant in Scotland, one of the first large-scale energy storage projects.
As a digitally-minded law firm, TLT was also recognised for its launch of TLT LegalSifter – a combined intelligence solution for contract negotiation that sifts a contract in a minute or two and presents users with in-built legal advice from TLT's expert commercial lawyers, enabling contracts to be reviewed and negotiated with greater speed, quality and value.
The awards were announced at a glittering ceremony in London's Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, hosted by BBC presenter Mariella Frostrup and attended by 900 people.
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