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Joe Cohen, Head of Collyer Bristow’s IP team, has been elected chairman of the Anti-counterfeiting Committee of the European Communities Trademark Association.
Collyer Bristow has been busy advising universities in relation to their establishment of university campuses overseas – from the Middle East to South Asia.
Henry, a partner in Collyer Bristow’s financial disputes team, has been quoted in The London Evening Standard, The Independent and The Wall Street Journal.
The acquisition by Dentsu, the world’s fourth largest advertising agency, was completed for an undisclosed amount.
Collyer Bristow’s employment law team is hosting breakfast seminar on how to manage problematic sickness absence in your organisation...
Collyer Bristow has once again been named in eprivateclient’s 2015 top 25 law firms.
Philippa Dolan’s article is entitled ‘Fathers are not just for Christmas’.
On 13 May Collyer Bristow’s finance disputes team will be presenting a seminar that will give an update on ongoing developments and the most important cases in the past six months.
A brief overview of four cases in which the firm has helped clients guard their reputation.
Philipa Dolan, partner and family law specialist at Collyer Bristow, has commented on a landmark Supreme Court bid to claim cash from her millionaire ex-husband 20 years after they divorced.
Judge throws out ‘abusive’ civil action against Caroline Nokes.
An evening Institute of Art & Law seminar on 25 February 2015 will examine the most effective ways in which artists, dealers and collectors can ensure that, following their death, their wishes concerning the disposition and management of their estate are respected.
Collyer Bristow’s Janine Alexander has been quoted on the Bloomberg website.
Collyer Bristow Gallery to exhibit Anne Howeson’s Present in the Past: Renovation and Revival in King’s Cross Central
Jerwood Drawing Prize winner Anne Howeson to exhibit 30 drawings that turn King’s Cross into a palimpsest.
The Herald quotes Collyer Bristow partners about commercial loans.
Alexander spoke about Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group’s ‘unconscionable’ double billing of mortgage arrears.
The solo exhibition of 30 drawings turns King’s Cross/St Pancras into a palimpsest.
Senior associates Alex Cochrane and Gwyneth Williams from Collyer Bristow recently took part in a podcast for XpertHR.
Nathan Donaldson has provided governor appeals training to ensure that the executive of Ravensbourne had sufficient governors to call upon to hear any future grievance.
Stephen Rosen, head of the financial disputes group at Collyer Bristow, has commented on a recent Panorama programme called ‘Did the bank wreck my business?’.