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Eversheds’ competition, EU and regulatory group was named Best Regulatory Law Firm of the Year at C5’s Women in Compliance Awards 2014.
Eversheds associate Alison Messenger has commented following the publication of UK sentencing guidelines for environmental offences.
Eversheds’ Neill Blundell, partner and head of fraud at the firm, has commented on reports that the scale of corruption across the EU is said to be breathtaking.
Neil Mohring of Eversheds believes that increased targeting and more accessible official packages should deter pubs from illegally showing foreign broadcasts.
Paula Barrett, data privacy expert at Eversheds, has commented on the theft of almost half of all South Korea’s credit card details.
Wierzbowski Eversheds announces new senior associates and litigation team hire.
Liz Fitzsimons, data protection expert at Eversheds, has commented on news that the BBC faced a cyber attack on Christmas Day.
Munro has commented following the news that India’s upper house of parliament has passed a measure to implement an independent anti-corruption agency, known as a Lokpal.
Eversheds has elected Paul Smith, a partner and environmental lawyer and litigator at Eversheds, for a four-year term as chairman beginning on 1 May 2014.
Eversheds has commented on the arrests of six men in relation to match fixing in the lower UK football divisions.
Simon Crossley of Eversheds has said that it is no coincidence that trade-secret theft has increased, due to businesses storing information on networked systems.
Andrew Legg has commented following news that a British printing company is facing charges of corruption related to contracts for the supply of ballot papers in African elections.
Audrey Williams has commented on the news that the Home Office will consider encouraging whistleblowing by financial incentives in cases involving fraud, bribery and corruption...