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The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Governance 2021

The Austria chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guides provide current and practical comparative legal information on a range of practice areas, following a Q&A format to ensure thorough coverage of each topic within different legal systems worldwide.

Nottingham – creating a sustainable city

Nottingham is set to become an international beacon for green development as it undergoes a multi-billion-pound transformation. But how will this benefit business?

The aviation industry in 2021 and beyond – Recovery, restructuring and disputes

As airlines and the network of businesses linked to the airline industry continue to struggle with the effects of the pandemic, Collyer Bristow’s aviation litigation expert Simon de Broise is joined by his colleague Ryan Lynch, a specialist in insolvency and complex commercial disputes, to discuss recent developments around restructuring and insolvency.

Asking the right questions: Evaluating ediscovery vendors [Part II]

In this second installment, we share three more hard questions every legal professional should ask when evaluating ediscovery vendors, looking beyond a comparison of individual features and diving deeper into the value and importance of how the products are actually developed.

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The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) has dismissed claims brought against Baker McKenzie and two individuals, though the firm’s former City boss was found to have committed serious professional misconduct. The two successful allegations put forward by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) against Senior relate to his inappropriate behaviour towards Person A, as well as his […]

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