With an upsurge in global corporate transactions, companies must continually position themselves to access markets and technology, improve margins and reduce their exposure to risk.
With more than 600 lawyers worldwide, our corporate group advises many of the world’s leading and emerging companies, as well as financial institutions and buyout and investment funds, on mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, public and private equity and debt offerings, venture capital and private equity investments and other transactional matters.
We also advise on securities compliance, corporate governance, IT, tax and executive compensation. We have significant experience in the technology, life sciences and consumer industries.
Our clients benefit from our ability to flag potential pitfalls in each country, to advise on cultural differences and nuances, to offer vital auxiliary advice in areas such as employment and competition law and to manage even the most demanding due-diligence exercise. Our lawyers have substantial experience in project managing complex multi-jurisdictional corporate activity worldwide.
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After 35 days of hearing, the Queensland Planning and Environment Court has delivered its most significant climate change adaptation decision yet.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued its second-ever whistleblower award. The award went to three anonymous individuals, each of whom will receive five per cent of the monetary sanctions ultimately collected in a case against hedge-fund manager Locust Offshore Management and its chief executive officer, Andrey Hicks, who allegedly defrauded investors of $2.7m (£1.7m), and who have been ordered to pay $7.5m in disgorgement and penalties.
Analysis from The Lawyer
The Lawyer’s latest Top 50 litigation firms list shows that business for dispute specialists is roaring along while new in-depth detail reveals the winning strategies
With a glut of UK firms being taken over by global giants, the international table has been reconfigured, with a better than ever showing for one-stop-shoppers.