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WeWork picks 11 firms for first EMEA panel Workspace provider WeWork has launched its first legal panel for the EMEA region with 11 firms for an initial two-year period. The panel includes Addleshaw Goddard, Bird & Bird, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, DLA Piper, Eversheds Sutherland, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Hogan Lovells, … Continue reading “Significant matters – Autumn 2019”

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With Brexit entrenching divisions, Britain’s patchwork constitution is being increasingly pitted against political upheaval. Do legal experts see crisis brewing?

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With no end in sight to high-street closures and job losses, IHL talks to retail GCs about the fight to adapt

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We look at the challenges and opportunities present for entrepreneurs within India’s burgeoning start-up ecosystem

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In-house litigation teams vary markedly in size even at the most regulated companies, but they have taken on more authority and are managing disputes closer to home

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With a no-deal Brexit on 31 October now a realistic prospect, we assess how the top UK law firms are preparing

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Class actions are a widely-used litigation practice in Israel and have been so for years. Illustratively, in each of the last three years, over 1,200 new motions to certify class actions were filed. Many of these claims were filed against multinational and foreign corporations concerning their operations in Israel. In fact, one might struggle to … Continue reading “Class actions in Israel – a cautionary tale for international corporations”

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