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After six months, Nabarro’s hunt for a French firm to join its European alliance is over. On Monday the firm announced that it was signing up with Lefèvre Pelletier & Associés to fill the hole left when August ...
German firm Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek has been one of the fastest growers in Europe in the past few years, adding lawyers and increasing turnover steadily between 2009 and 2013.
France’s largest law firm Fidal formalised its two-year ‘best friends’ relationship with Mills & Reeve with an ...
At a time when several international firms are reconsidering their European presence – witness the closure of Chadbourne & Parke’s Kiev office, Sidley Austin’s Frankfurt office, and both Hogan ...
Last year Cypriot investors were horrified to learn that their government had agreed to a “haircut” on bank savings in order to bail the country out of the economic crisis it found itself in
It has been a surprisingly quiet fortnight in Europe when it comes to recruitment, with only a handful of appointments to report in today’s moves round-up
After a couple of years of exits from its Frankfurt office, US firm Sidley Austin has decided to call it a day in Germany. The firm confirmed this week that it was shutting down in Frankfurt, a few months after launching a review of the ...
Financial Regulatory Developments — ESAs publish joint work programme; ESMA speaks on PRIIPs and MiFID 2; and more download subscription
Dentons has released the 17 October 2014 issue of its Financial Regulatory Developments (FReD) publication.
All the latest partner hires and other appointments within Continental European firms and offices.
Italian arbitration boutique Arblit has hired its third partner, bringing on board Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer partner Massimo Benedettelli.
Spanish firm Pérez- Llorca has announced the opening of a new office in London, led by corporate and finance partner Fernando Quicios.
Finland’s economy might be struggling but firms are thriving from a stream of acquisitions, restructures and start-ups emerging in Nokia’s wake
Panellists at The Lawyer ’s recent Romania briefing heard much to encourage them to get involved in the country
An innovative labour market and sophisticated business sector make Switzerland inviting to investors, but developments could diminish its appeal