EGS worked on nine deals that raised almost $2bn in Q3, crossing $5bn in legal assignments on the year and breaking their own record from 2018 in the process.
Ropes & Gray worked on five deals of their own, including four as underwriter counsel (and all three of Deutsche Bank's deals in the quarter). Meanwhile, Kirkland & Ellis worked on three deals that raised almost $900mm, and the firm jumped to second place for the year.
|1||Ellenoff Grossman & Schole||1,957.4||9||4||5||217.5||29.26%|
|2||Ropes & Gray||1,443.8||5||1||4||288.8||21.58%|
|3||Kirkland & Ellis||881.3||3||3||0||293.8||13.17%|
|5||Weil, Gotshal & Manges||314.1||1||0||1||314.1||4.69%|
|6||Vinson & Elkins||314.1||1||1||0||314.1||4.69%|
|7||Winston & Strawn||253.0||1||1||0||253.0||3.78%|
|8||Davis Polk & Wardwell||250.0||1||1||0||250.0||3.74%|
|9||Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom||250.0||1||0||1||250.0||3.74%|
|10||Shearman & Sterling||172.5||1||0||1||172.5||2.58%|
|11||Loeb & Loeb||101.9||2||1||1||51.0||1.52%|
Credit for Volume ($MM) is awarded to both Issuer and Underwriter Counsel