Firms

  • Europe

    Big British Firms Discussing Three-Way Combination

    By Rose Walker and Anna Ward

    CMS, Olswang and Nabarro are weighing up a three-way deal that could create a firm with revenues of more than $1 billion.

  • Asian Lawyer

    Cadwalader Latest Big Firm to Close Offices in China

    By Julie Triedman

    In what Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft has called an attempt to refocus on its core clients, the Wall Street firm confirmed Thursday its withdrawal from bases in Beijing and Hong Kong. Fried Frank and Chadbourne & Parke have made similar moves within the past 15 months.

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Deals

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Disputes

  • Asian Lawyer

    Volkswagen’s Legal Troubles Extend to Australia

    By Anna Zhang

    Volkswagen’s legal troubles have extended to Australia, where the country’s competition regulator has filed a lawsuit against the German automaker over the company’s emissions scandal.

  • Europe

    British Judge Discusses New London Business Court During NY Visit

    By Phil Albinus

    As business disputes grow in size and complexity, would a specialized court with judges who are experts in the matters, and who could speed up rulings and appeals, be a good idea in the United States? That was among the topics at a discussion given last week by The Hon. Mr. Justice Blair at the Times Square offices of Brown Rudnick.

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People

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