Slaughter and May has made up seven associates to partner in this year’s promotions round – the highest number of promotions in more than six years.
Competition and EU partner Efthymios Bourtzalas has quit Ashurst’s Brussels outpost, just weeks after the exit of renowned partner Julian Ellison from the same group.
Russia dominates accolades of firms that have stayed strong and imaginative
Russian powerhouse Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners triumphed at The Lawyer’s fifth European Awards last night, taking home the title of European Firm of the Year.
BT has hired a new competition general counsel from Sky following last year’s internal restructuring of BT Retail and a subsequent reorganisation of the telecoms company’s legal teams.
Litigation boutique Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has continued a year of international expansion with an office opening in Brussels.
As the scrutiny and enforcement system is streamlined, antitrust regulation is at the top of many companies’ agendasSponsored by Hobs Legal Docs
Magic circle firm’s ACT dept refuses to play second fiddle to corporate. By Gavriel Hollander
US-style class actions have been avoided… for the time being, says Kit Chellel
Hospital trusts must put in the spadework before planning a link-up, or it could be blocked
New competition authority will have to work hard to restore the reputation of the UK regime
Actions for breach of confidence that aim to protect trade secrets need to prove a dishonest intent
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