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10 stumbling blocks in a business exit

Every business exit is different and a seller’s requirements will vary depending on the nature of their target business, the parties involved and the wider commercial climate. Even so, common issues crop up regularly.

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Chambers Europe 2015 recommends Wierzbowski Eversheds

Chambers has published latest edition of Chambers Europe guide. Wierzbowski Eversheds, as well as its individual practitioners, has once again been recommended in numerous fields of law. The firm has been recognised in the following areas of law: Construction (Band 1) Intellectual Property (Band 2) Public Procurement (Band 2) Dispute Resolution (Band 3) Employment (Band […]

Dentons

Dentons appoints 10 to partner in UKMEA promotions round

Dentons has promoted 10 lawyers to partner in the UK, Middle East and Africa (UKMEA), up from six last year. The appointments cover four of Dentons’ offices in the UK, Saudi Arabia and Oman and bring the total number of partners in the UKMEA region to 162. Of the 10 lawyers promoted, six are based […]

Schoenherr recognised as leading law firm in South East Europe by Chambers

Schoenherr has been named as as the South East Europe Law Firm of the Year 2015 by legal publisher Chambers and Partners. Schoenherr lawyers Monica Cojocaru, Miloš Laković and Marko Prušnik accepted the award on behalf of the firm at the Chambers Europe Awards event held this past Friday evening at Amsterdam’s Hotel Okura. Headline deals and […]

City Gherkin

Weil finance duo quits for Sidley Austin and Ropes

Weil Gotshal & Manges finance partner Rupert Wall has left the firm for Sidley Austin, while Weil associate Chris McGarry has also departed for Ropes & Gray.  Wall became a partner in Weil Gotshal’s London structured finance office in 2012, having been at the firm since 2004. Since then he has led the structuring and […]

Conference follows case on reporting suspicious activity

Implications of the Royal Court acquitting AG-V-STM Fiduciaire and Michelle Jardine of charges under the Proceeds of Crime (Jersey) Law. This case marked the first time anyone had faced a criminal prosecution for failing to file a Suspicious Activity Report as opposed to facing civil regulatory sanctions. While the result of this trial should give a measure […]

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