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More than four years after the entry into force of the new EU Public Procurement Directive (2014/24/EU), more than two years after the deadline for transposition and more than one year after publication of the first transposition draft, the time has come. Following the respective resolutions of the Council of Ministers and the Federal Council […]

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Diffi-cull time at Herbies

It’s a risky time to be a Herbies corporate partner. It’s a risky time to be a Herbies corporate partner. As we report today, the group missed its budget by £20m last year, piling more pressure onto a department that is already seen by the firm as performing below par (see story). The firm is […]

Hogan Lovells advises Libya’s NTC on release of frozen cash

Hogan Lovells advised representatives of the Libyan National Transitional Council (NTC) on its successful bid to have 1.86bn Libyan dinar held in the UK by printer De La Rue released and flown back to the country. The bank notes were frozen as a result of sanctions imposed by the United Nations in February and had […]

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Irish funds boutique Dillon Eustace launches in Hong Kong

Dublin-based firm Dillon Eustace has expanded its Asian presence by opening a new office in Hong Kong. The development comes as demand for locally based expertise on European financial and regulatory issues increases. Corporate partner Paul Moloney has relocated to take the helm. A number of partners will join Moloney on a temporary, sporadic basis. […]

Peters & Peters raids Bishops for new CEO

Peters & Peters has created the role of CEO and filled it with Kim Archer, who joins from Bloomsbury-based Bishop & Sewell. Archer will be responsible for driving the growth of Peters & Peters, senior ­partner Keith Oliver said. “We’re confident that Kim will apply her commercial and legal skills to enable us to harness […]

Herbies appoints Asia head as incumbent joins HK regulator

Herbert Smith has named Mark Johnson as its new head of Asia to replace Ashley Alder, who will leave to assume the role of CEO of Hong Kong’s Securities and Futures Commission on 1 October. Alder resigned from the firm last month (1 August 2011). Johnson is currently head of the firm’s disputes practice in […]

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