The Lawyer in the US: DLA Piper launches low-cost centre in Warsaw


DLA Piper has opened a back office centre in Poland as part of a wider plan to enable 24/7 worldwide support across its business.

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Memery Crystal eyes China opportunities with Yingke deal


While firms such as King & Wood Mallesons and Dentons have struck deals to target clients and deals in the upper end of China’s market, some firms, like London-based Memery Crystal, are doing so for clients at the centre of the ...

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European firms spearhead global collaboration initiatives


In these days of increasing globalisation ways to retain your independence while boosting your appeal to international clients are key.

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Back office centres: three’s the charm


With December just around the corner it’s almost time for our annual review of the year, but ahead of that we have something for you that harks back to one of 2015’s highlights.

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Teva Europe’s Gonen: Don’t lose your in-house identity to become a business partner


Teva Europe general counsel Galit Gonen believes that the push to become business partners might lead in-housers too far in the wrong direction - making them lose their lawyer identity

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Pharma sector remains active as Pfizer and Allergan agree $160bn merger


A host of US and Irish firms have won top mandates in what is believed to be the biggest pharmaceuticals deal in history, between Pfizer and Allergan.

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LW: Bircham Dyson Bell defeats negligence claim despite court’s criticism of “sloppy” work


Bircham Dyson Bell has successfully defended a professional negligence claim brought against it by a property developer client despite the firm admitting breach of duty in the High Court.

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