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Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) is considering moving into premises at 10 Aldermanbury off London Wall as the clock ticks on the lease for its current City headquarters. FFW has shortlisted the site and is mulling subletting space in the building in London’s financial heart from JPMorgan, with several other options on the table. The firm […]

Intellectual property

The firm’s intellectual property attorneys advise private and publicly traded businesses in a wide range of sectors including computer hardware and software, internet, health care, life sciences, financial services, advertising, media and entertainment, publishing, housewares, consumer and industrial manufacturing and distribution, energy and original equipment manufacturing. Our team includes experienced trial lawyers and registered patent […]

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Ex-Ince partner jailed for fraud faked letters in OBE bid

The former Ince & Co partner jailed yesterday for defrauding the firm attempted to obtain an OBE by faking letters hailing him as a cancer charity hero, it has emerged. The former global head of energy at the firm, Nathan ‘Andrew’ Iyer, was sentenced to four years and eight months at the Old Bailey yesterday […]

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Overseas expertise is always a valuable asset in the UK marketplace, but how in demand are overseas-qualified lawyers right now? “With the corporate market and the capital markets in particular still spluttering, the demand for overseas lawyers is low,” says Freddie Lawson of Glass Consultancy. “This coupled with the tight immigration laws and strong Asia […]

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The Curtis real-estate practice advises clients on real property around the world, including undeveloped land; office properties; hotels; shopping centres; warehouses; and residential, retail and industrial facilities. Clients include governments, private and sovereign funds, REITs, corporate lenders and developers of all types of properties, as well as individuals, partnerships and corporate investors. The range of […]

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