11 Feb 2013
The implications of the Data Protection Act to social media will vary depending on the user and the service.
MOLITOR has developed a strong client portfolio of local and international clients: banks and financial institutions.
The latest guidance from the Supreme People’s Court in China.
Walker Morris warns of a scam invoice warning.
COMESA — pan-African merger control download
On 14 January 2013, the COMESA became operational, creating a new supranational merger control regime in Africa.
The year ahead for the building and construction sectors.
MOLITOR has extensive experience in counselling and assisting a broad range of companies in all areas of corporate law.
MOLITOR provides advice and assistance to employers in industrial disputes, staff representative elections and collective dismissals.
Facebook has been again subject to an order by the regulator of Schleswig-Holstein.
MOLITOR launched its intellectual property, information technology and media practice group in 2007.
MOLITOR has a solid reputation in complex commercial litigation.
MOLITOR’s Michel Molitor and Nadine Bogelmann focus on Luxembourg in 2012/2013 employment guide.
MOLITOR’s Aurélie Budzin-Dang focuses on tax on inbound investment in Luxembourg.
MOLITOR’s Laurent Fisch focuses on cash pooling and insolvency in Luxembourg.
A new set of online behavioural advertising (OBA) rules is now in effect.
The MOLITOR team provides legal assistance to real-estate investors, construction companies, developers and operators of commercial property.
Employers must ensure they comply with Data Protection Act obligations when using social media.
It’s taken a Scot to kick Davis Polk & Wardwell into shape. Tom Reid’s tenure as managing partner is already taking the white-shoe firm into different territory.
Management aims to complete profit payouts within a year of the financial year-end
Deal activity is at a record level and heading upwards in Turkey
A growing trend for insurers pulling fraud and regulatory cover for company directors is having a major effect on corporate defence practices
Environmental lawyers can help to meet the demands of this exciting new market
Plenty of interest in Manc flop, and now recovery practice is on brink of sale too
New boss Tom Reid is taking Davis Polk down a path that calls longstanding links into question, including those with Slaughter and May
To maintain its status as a top disputes hub Hong Kong opens court access - a bit
A recent family case gives significance to religious courts while preserving superiority of civil law courts
In the first of our regular round-ups of the deals and legal personalities of the month just passed, casualties of the credit crunch were to the fore, including Jessops
Overseas expertise is always a valuable asset in the UK marketplace, but how in demand are overseas-qualified lawyers right now?
German firm CMS Hasche Sigle poised to set a new high in insolvency fees
Move of the week
Libor claims are next in line to plague beleaguered bankers, with a streamlined claims route proposed
Supreme Court comes down on side of part-time judges, ending eight-year fight for MoJ pension contributions
Bank tipped to replace GC Mark Harding with internal candidate after Libor scandal
Peter Lewis, senior director of administration, Europe and Asia offices
In his short time as Eurostar’s GC, Scott Marshall has steered the company through a panel rationalisation and a High Court defence case