International | Europe In Print

Greenberg Traurig's Lejb Fogelman (left) and Jaroslaw Grzesiak

Getting It Right in Poland

Chris Johnson | December 21, 2015

Law firms have to be resourceful to thrive in one of Europe's toughest markets. Here's how they do it.

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Michael Hausfeld

High-Stakes Competition in Europe's New Antitrust Boom

By Susan Hansen |

As private antitrust actions take off in Europe, U.S. and U.K. firms are gearing up on the plaintiffs side.

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Opening Statements

Who's In, Who's Out in Germany

By Chris Johnson |

Foreign law firms keep piling into Europe's hottest legal market. Others are rethinking their strategy there.

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Two Knocks for Freshfields

By Scott Flaherty |

The Magic Circle firm faces criticism from U.K. regulators over two high-profile deals.

No New Suits

By Julie Triedman |

Litigation funder Juridica announces it is cutting back its investments in fresh cases.

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Continental Breakfast: Life After the Law Firm

By Chris Johnson |

American Lawyer's Chris Johnson regularly takes attorneys to breakfast at their favorite morning venues to chew over the industry's tastiest talking points. At Simpson's in The Strand, former Allen & Overy senior partner Guy Beringer talks about the venture he founded to put more lawyers on nonprofit boards.

Facing Off With Facebook

By Chris DiMarco |

A class action against the social media giant catalyzes a major shift in EU data policy.


A Lawyer's Star Power

By Jenna Greene |

Amal Clooney makes news for both her wardrobe and her human rights cases. It's a potent combo.

Big Deals

By Rebecca Geiger |

In the largest recent M&A deals across Europe, which law firms got the work?