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Luxury goods suppliers can stop distribution on third-party platforms

Luxury cosmetics supplier Coty has won its case in the highest court in Europe over selling its products on Amazon but, say lawyers, other questions remain.


Alessandri picks up 10-strong lateral team from Halpern de la Fuente

Santiago law firm Alessandri has taken a team of ten construction law specialists from the local firm Halpern de la Fuente in a rare lateral team hire.


Slater & Gordon avoids insolvency after shareholders approve hedge fund deal

The troubled firm has won approval for a debt-for-equity swap in Australia at a robust AGM.


Businesses must limit data to manage litigation costs better

Managing eDiscovery in the age of distributed data, mobile devices and explosive data growth is complicated. But companies can take steps to minimise their data, cutting costs and making litigation more efficient, says Peter Ostrega of Consili.


Legal departments ready to up game in compliance

Legal departments play a vital role in linking ethics and compliance, according to a recent report.


DXC Technology selects UnitedLex to transform legal department

Legal process outsourcer UnitedLex has been selected by DXC Technology to lead a global law function transformation.


Ramon & Cajal sues Pinsent Masons over recruitment claims

Following failed merger talks, Pinsent Masons recruited lawyers from the Spanish law firm.

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