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By Darran Brennan The World Economic Forum has defined Artificial Intelligence (AI) as an element of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) and something which will change our world and workplaces. This is similar to the changes envisaged during the previous industrial revolutions (let’s not forget the fears of the Luddites) but what is different now […]

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Gianni Origoni makes another Simmons catch

Simmons & Simmons’ Italian practice has lost a second partner to Linklaters & Alliance member Gianni Origoni & Partners. Litigation partner Marta Fuco is the first Rome partner to follow in the footsteps of Eugenio Grippo, who also left Simmons for Gianni Origoni. He took a team of 10 lawyers with him, including corporate partner […]

SJ Berwin advises API on real estate

SJ Berwin has advised on the creation of four investment vehicles for Aberdeen Property Investors (API) and Matrix Securities. Partner David Ryland led the deal for SJ Berwin. Ryland has created a powerful niche in property finance for the firm by developing new vehicles for indirect investment in property. His relationship with API dates back […]

Silks list hails success for the Welsh bar

The Welsh bar’s success in last week’s silks list is being linked to a rise in its general commercial and public law work. Cardiff set 9 Park Place ranked equal first in the number of new silks, with three appointments. One of its new silks, chancery and environment expert Milwyn Jarman, was appointed junior counsel […]

Rowe & Maw boosts banking team with Eversheds partner

Rowe & Maw is ramping up its banking department and adding a senior partner from Eversheds‘ London office. Simon Pullen, the third loss for Eversheds’ City banking team in a year, will add more across-the-board banking expertise and boost the firm’s trade finance practice. Rowe & Maw is on a push to get more work […]

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