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By Rafael González- Gallarza Whatever the outcome of the negotiations over the future relationship between the EU and the UK, many commentators are already taking for granted that English law will lose much of its appeal for governing pan-European transactions. The possible retreat of English law will not really be felt, however, unless another law claims […]

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Linklaters and Milbank secure judgment for Visa in £1bn battle against retailers

Linklaters and Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy have secured judgment in favour of Visa in a dispute brought by retailers over fees charged for using Visa credit cards. The two firms were acting for Visa in the major competition case, on which Mr Justice Simon ruled this morning (30 October). He agreed that the claim, […]

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The bar saw growth across the board but is rapidly segmenting into three distinct groupings The bar is fast splintering into three distinct groups, with the UK’s top commercial sets pulling away from their personal injury, employment and criminal counterparts. Chambers are far from immune to the changes coursing through the legal market. The Jackson […]

US firms rise to dominate London mid-tier, UK200 2014 reveals

The rise of the largest US firms in London has been recognised anecdotally for much of this year but data published in the The Lawyer UK200 report can now reveal that they are collectively generating over £2bn per year. The report, released today, shows that US firms are now major players among the 100 firms […]

Corporate team from Walker Morris advises on sale of Benson Park to Cranswick

Walker Morris has advised on the sale of Hull-based poultry processor Benson Park to food producer Cranswick. East Yorkshire-based Cranswick has acquired the entire issued share capital of Benson Park. The strategic acquisition moves Cranswick into a new protein sector. John Hamer and Jon Healey from the Walker Morris corporate group advised Alistair Benson and […]

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