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Ogier opens in Luxembourg in offshore first

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  • Brave move. How many City firms have Lux offices? Biting the hand that usually feeds....

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  • interesting move. I don't suppose Links, A&O Decherts et al will be that happy with Ogier now competing with them in the onshore world.

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  • makes more sense than when Appleby opened in Zurich!! Does anyone know why they did that. Do they even know!!

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  • What is going on at OPF partners? Oostvogel, Roemers and Pfister - the 3 once eponymous partners now all gone? Trouble at the mill?

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  • "The duo will be able to provide Luxembourg, Jersey, BVI, Cayman and Guernsey legal advice" - how does that work if they are respectively only Jersey and Luxembourg qualified?

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  • @9.15am
    It works like Ogier operates in other onshore jurisdictions where they have an office. They tell their clients that they do need any onshore legal counsel and therefore they compete directly with all onshore firms. Giddee up....

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  • I'd like to see how Ogier explains to the City law firms how entering into competition with them is a good thing. Good for the other offshore firms perhaps.

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