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Eversheds, Freeth Cartwright, Linklaters and Mayer Brown have all won roles advising as cement maker Lafarge and mining company Anglo American agree to sell various parts of their construction materials operations to Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal. The sale, understood to be worth up to £272m, will see the two companies sell their UK building […]

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It seems that David Cameron is a firm believer in the old adage that no government ever lost votes by attacking the legal profession. After LASPO’s cuts to legal aid provision, the coalition is now gunning for judicial reviews (JR). In a speech to the CBI on Monday outlining his proposed reforms, Cameron lamented that […]

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