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DLA Piper has advised Tilad, a multi-family office based in the Gulf region, on the acquisition of the BMW Logistics Centre in Niederaichbach near Munich.
DLA Piper has assisted Atlanta-based private equity firm Roark Capital Group in its equity investment in Anytime Fitness, a co-ed fitness franchise.
This handbook is designed to equip clients with a useful tool to assist them with the management of the early development stages of a promotion.
DLA Piper is representing Norrie in the High Court to defend the right to be recognised as neither male nor female on the NSW Births, Deaths and Marriages register.
New York’s highest court narrows class of statutory residents — good news for some out-of-state owners of residential property
The New York Court of Appeals has made an important ruling on what qualifies a person to be classed as a statutory resident of New York.
DLA Piper has released the 3 March 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
Senator George J Mitchell and his law firm DLA Piper announced that Mitchell has delivered his sixth quarterly report as the independent athletics integrity monitor.
DLA Piper has appointed Richard Hopkinson-Woolley, Laurence Rogers and Neville Wright to its real-estate team. The three partners join the firm from BLP.
DLA Piper offers graduates a legal career on a different scale.
House Ways and Means Committee chairman Dave Camp this week introduced a draft of the most comprehensive reform of the Internal Revenue Code in decades.
This year’s survey focuses on respondents’ outlook on the current technological landscape, the ‘hot’ growth areas and what, if any, barriers to growth are affecting businesses.
Italy real-estate update — February 2014: new rules on the payment of purchase prices in real-estate asset deals
Paragraphs 63–67 of section 1 of the Law no. 147 introduced certain new provisions applicable to the payment of the purchase price in real estate transactions.
DLA Piper has successfully advised Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg (FBB) before the European Commission in a long-running case relating to state aid.
DLA Piper has advised Fosun International on its ¥210.5m investment in and strategic partnership with food and beverage chain Secret Recipe.
Svitlana Musienko, partner and head of tax at DLA Piper in Ukraine, has been re-elected as a board member of the IFA in Ukraine for the third time in a row.
DLA Piper has achieved a settlement in favour of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in a housing discrimination lawsuit.
DLA Piper has advised a range of stakeholders on the sale of the entire issued share capital of DORC to Montagu Private Equity.
California has a reputation for employment litigation: it is the state where everyone seems to feel obliged to sue their boss for something.
The overlap of Australia’s new transfer pricing laws with the thin capitalisation rules is causing challenges and likely duplication of analysis for taxpayers.