Spotlight: Restructuring is a global matter for DLA Piper

In this week’s Spotlight, we delve into the often-confusing world of restructuring disputes, to find out how DLA Piper comes to the rescue when a company goes under. The market: While restructuring disputes used to be the remit of clearing banks and the Big Four accounting firms, the market has undergone a huge diversification in […]

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Claim spotter: Simmons and Fieldfisher involved in fresh matters

Simmons & Simmons’ client takes on communications provider Unify A client of Simmons & Simmons has filed a new part 7 claim in the Commercial Court on 30 April against corporate communications tech company Unify Software and Solutions. A part 7 claim seeks monetary damages to resolve a dispute. Unify, which is owned by Canadian […]

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Hausfeld loses co-counsel mandate on rail fares class action

Competition specialist Hausfeld has lost its co-instruction mandate on Justin Gutmann’s boundary fares class action. Since 22 February, Charles Lyndon has been the sole representation for the class representative as the boundary fares case rolls through the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT). Hausfeld had been co-instructed alongside Charles Lyndon on the Gutmann claims throughout the dispute, […]

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Spotlight: Enforcing arbitration awards with Gibson Dunn

This week on Spotlight, we delve into the multi-jurisdictional and strategic world of enforcing arbitral awards with the London team at Gibson Dunn & Crutcher. The market: There’s been a steady increase over the last several years in companies not seeing a dime following a successful arbitration award, leading to a sharp uptick in the need for […]