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The Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015 heralds a new phase in judicial review practice.
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Eversheds’ international arbitration group has been ranked among the top 15 firms by Global Arbitration Review, which lists the most active arbitration practices worldwide.
Svea Court of Appeal has ordered Svensk Vårdförmedling to pay around £400,000 to SEB Trygg Liv, represented by attorneys Magnus Andrén and Hans Forssell of Eversheds Stockholm.
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