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Simmons partner advises on Romania green policy rethink

THE ROMANIAN government has appointed Stephen Tromans of Simmons & Simmons as its consultant adviser as part of a comprehensive review and overhaul of environmental legislation. Tromans, a partner and head of the environmental law department, forms part of a team co-ordinated by Harvard University’s Institute for International Development. The institute is funded by the […]

Berwin Leighton waves NY farewell

BERWIN Leighton’s 13-year experiment in running a US office has ended with the news that one of its American lawyers is being investigated over allegedly misappropriated office funds. The firm, which opened in New York in the boom years for UK investment and was staffed by US lawyers practising American law, announced the closure last […]

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