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Linklaters in Euro expansion The Lawyer revealed that Linklaters & Alliance was opening three offices in Central and Eastern Europe. The offices, in Bucharest, Bratislava and Budapest, launched on 1 January this year and were staffed by one partner each, with up to 10 assistants. A number of lateral hires staffed the new offices, including […]

Radcliffes merger bolsters Far East property capability

London firm Radcliffes is merging with a seven-partner niche firm with a strong property investment and development practice. Jay Benning & Peltz, which is based in Marble Arch, is also known for commercial, litigation, insolvency and family work, and has a number of clients based in Singapore and the Far East. The newly merged firm, […]

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