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Karanovic & Nikolic’s employment team provides a complete service dealing with all aspects of the employment relationship, from recruitment to retirement, including cross-border human resources and immigration issues. The firm offers proactive, pragmatic and commercial employment law advice to key businesses and organisations across Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia and beyond. Its specialist […]

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Welcome to The Hot 100 2013: as you’ll see, this year we’ve devoted a lot of space to our highly anticipated feature. But there’s more; in our extended treatment we have video interviews with no fewer than 80 of the participants in the Hot 100. This took three days of shooting – and a lot […]


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The Court of Appeal has allowed a claimant to depart from her stated costs budget in the first case to test budgeting in defamation proceedings. The ruling, handed down by Lord Justice Moore-Bick, has been criticised by litigators who say it is opposed to the reforms put forward by Lord Justice Jackson, which are due […]


Hill Dickinson acquires DLA’s Sheffield and Manchester insurance hubs

DLA Piper is to offload its Manchester and Sheffield defendant insurance practices to Hill Dickinson. The announcement comes less than a week after the firm announced it would close its Glasgow office (24 January 2013). Hill Dickinson will add a team of 30 to its Manchester and Sheffield offices as part of the deal. The […]

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Fenwick and O’Melveny join local firm as Cisco buys Israeli software group

US firms Fenwick & West and O’Melveny & Myers and Israel’s Herzog Fox & Neeman have landed roles as Cisco acquires Israeli software maker Intucell for an estimated $475m (£300m). The deal boosts the networking giant’s mobile data traffic capabilities, marking the company’s second acquisition of an Israeli company over the past 12 months. Cisco […]

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