A clutch of luxury brands is gearing up for tomorrow's Luxury Law Summit to address challenges posed by imitation goods.
US LAW FIRMS
Leaders of top US law firms are failing to make the sweeping changes needed to adapt to today's economic conditions, preferring quick fixes rather than long-term plans, a survey has today revealed.
Three former Saab executives have been arrested by Swedish accounting enforcers on suspicion of 'grave attempts' to complicate tax controls.
The lawyer representing former Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble board member Rajat Gupta has urged an appeals court to give his client a new trial, claiming that excluded evidence may have cleared him of insider trading charges.
Lawyers representing the UK government over charges of assisting in the rendition of Abdul-Hakim Belhaj have said they will consider paying him damages.
As a result of a 2007 lawsuit initiated by a whistleblower under the US Federal False Claims Act, Ranbaxy USA has agreed to pay the United States Government and multiple state governments the sum of $350 million to resolve civil claims.
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GLOBAL LAW FIRMS
A leading global intellectual property and technology practice commissions the telling of its own history -- and it's far more riveting than some might assume
Law firms across Europe are failing to look after their retained clients with general counsel slating the lack of communication and regular reviews, according to new research from the Global Legal Post in association with Martindale-Hubbell.
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