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Transatlantic cartel team formed by Howrey

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Paradise lost?

Milton Grundy reports on what offshore jurisdictions have to offer now that tighter regulations have come into force A couple of years ago, it looked as though the offshore world would shortly cease to exist. The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Report, more noted for its bellicose tone than its intellectual quality, demanded […]

Legal hub urged for Singapore

Singapore's Economic Review Committee (ERC) has published a report aimed at transforming Singapore into Asia's 'premier legal services hub', thereby attracting foreign lawyers to the region

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