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Freshfields’ new focus: people and clients

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer‘s firmwide partner conference sought to draw a line under the past year’s strife by tabling new priorities. The magic circle firm’s co-senior partner Konstantin Mettenheimer told The Lawyer that the two key themes of people and clients will be at the top of the agenda for the coming financial year now that […]

ECJ dismisses fraud directive dissenters

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has rejected an attempt by Belgian bar associations to declare an EU money laundering directive illegal. Under the 2001 Money Laundering Directive, lawyers and notaries must inform law enforcement officials if they suspect clients have been involved in money laundering. The directive relates to any company or individual involved […]

Withers on recruitment roll with Addleshaws media partner

Private client specialist Withers has hired its second partner in as many months, swooping for Addleshaw Goddard media and public law partner Jennifer McDermott. In May Withers boosted its London office with funds partner John Greenword from offshore firm Appleby. McDermott specialises in media advice to wealthy individuals as well as companies. Her clients include […]

Flint Bishop strikes blow to Tesco’s nascent property site

Flint Bishop Solicitors has scored a victory against Tesco, forcing the retail giant to pull hundreds of housing adverts from its fledgling home-selling site. The East Midlands firm threatened the supermarket chain with an injunction after its client, Derbyshire estate agent Hannells, complained about its properties appearing on the site. Last weekend Tesco launched Tesco […]

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