Employment and benefits
With more than 180 lawyers in 26 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the US, our global practice is one of the best-resourced practices in its field. Our strong and renowned litigation capabilities result in a full service offering.
We have a holistic view of employment and benefits issues locally and cross-border.
Recognised as one of the market’s top employment and benefits practices, we offer clients a truly integrated approach, with our experienced and highly regarded specialists in employment, incentives and pensions working closely together.
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