Regulators are concerned cross-border investigations could be placed in jeopardy by GDPR requirements.
Despite serious questions hanging over litigation and arbitration decisions in London, Helen Conybeare William urges caution when selecting other jurisdictions.
LAW FIRM EXPANSION
The representative office will cement links with the firm's clients as well as showcasing Luxembourg.
Bullying and harassment amongst barristers is on the rise, gender given as the most common explanation.
Regulating cryptocurrencies looks increasingly like settling on crypto as securities, as adviser signals BIS position.
Legal apprenticeship will fill 'huge gap' in legal education market outside of conventional solicitor training contracts.
Deloittes has been awarded alternative business status (ABS) in the UK, completing the pack of 'Big Four' accountancy firms gearing up to compete for legal services in UK.
GENDER PAY GAP
The chair of a UK parliamentary select committee claims A&O refused to 'come clean' and is 'dragging its feet' on partner gender pay gap data.
Despite spending $17 billion, the bank still has five of its biggest cases outstanding and has set aside $2.9 billion for litigation provision in the first quarter.
Legal tech was in the spotlight in London and Paris this week, with launch news from Slaughter and May, Barclays and the Paris Bar