The research for The Lawyer’s annual Global Litigation Top 50 report is now underway. Look out for the survey, which went out today. If you haven’t received it – and think you should have done – let us know.
Last year’s report focused on the boom in global investigations. This year we’re asking the appropriately contentious question: Is London losing its allure as a global centre for litigation?
As always the report will include exclusive data, notably headcount trends around the litigation world along with the global disputes strategies of the world’s largest litigation and arbitration practices. And for the first time this year’s report will also include a focus on Germany, California and the PRC.
It will also reveal the answer to the question: if London is losing its allure, where in the world is taking its crown?
The full report will be published on Monday 7 December.
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