KKR-led consortium acquires 30% of Telenor Fiber, a spin-off from Norwegian telecoms company Telenor
Kluge is set to join the firm in October as it looks to develop its Nordic platform
Time is ripe for Nordic consolidation says firm's head as Norway's Schjodt and Sweden's Hamilton merged to create a €108m firm.
European Maritime lawyers meet in London Brexit, hot on the heels of IMO approving GHG programme and rejecting US last minute pitch.
Race is on but compariable regulatory extensions suggests UK regulation of the cryptocurrency market would take two years, says legal director.
EU financial markets regulator to examines ICOs to determine road aged for regulation.
Hans Albers of Juniper Networks is to lead the European in-house network, aims for growth.
Global Legal Post is at the Malta Maritime Summit 2018, officially opened by the Malta transport minister, who also held tripartite meeting.
Wealth fund undertaking greater scrutiny of sustainability and ocean pollution impacts of corporates in which they invest
Following a CJEU order, the EU intellectual property office (EUIPO) needs to revisit a 16-year-old decision on the shape of KitKat bars.
Despite celebrity endorsement, reform of EU copyright reform voted down giving campaigning internet companies a big win.
Regulators are concerned cross-border investigations could be placed in jeopardy by GDPR requirements.
The European Commission (EC) is proposing new rules to remove regulatory barriers and offer market-led solutions for sovereign bond-backed securities (SBBS).
A court has ruled in favour of China Oilfield Services, finding Statoil's termination of drilling contract was unlawful.
The Norwegian telecom's general counsel has resigned after an investigation uncovered 'weaknesses in organizational structure, communication and leadership.'
The Oslo District Court ruled in favour of white supremacist and mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik this week, who claimed he had been subjected to degrading and inhumane treatment in prison.
One of the UK's most esteemed family lawyers, Richard Parry, may be forced by a High Court judge to step down from his trusteeship of the Longleat Estate.
The former head of Norway's Data Protection Authority, George Apeness, and 19 other top lawyers, have backed a proposal to give this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency employee-turned-whistleblower.
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