Firm continues its Greater China transactional expansion with major team hire following recent hire of Locke Lord's Hong Kong managing partner and two other lawyers.
Exciting times as material adverse change clauses remain a vital piece of M&A agreements, according to Nixon Peabody's 17th MAC Survey.
A quartet of financial regulation and enforcement partners joins Baker McKenzie.
Law firm publishes 'Global Bank Review: The Data Game' warning of the legal, regulatory and political pitfalls of big data.
Specialist arbitration course launched in Dubai as Islamic finance grows and industry responds to “dire need” of expertise.
Baker McKenzie report reveals M&A to drop 25 percent in 2020 in the face of an uncertainty, with North America the outlier.
Simmons & Simmons announces winning businesses making up the fourth cohort to receive support from the firm's fintech fund.
Firm offers interactive research tech tool for global leveraged loan and high-yield bond activity.
Second project finance hire in a week signals further step in Ashurst's ambitions for global team.
New initiative helping payment firms easily access specialised legal services to meet compliance needs is to be launched in November after two-month pilot.
Norton Rose Fulbright in Frankfurt welcomes return of regulatory partner, bringing back client-side experience.
Tougher regulation takes hold as pension regulator steps up requests for information, warns Herbert Smith Freehills.
Newly launched Code of Practice strengthens regulatory compliance for the digital asset industry with legal support from Linklaters.
According to the WSJ, some public companies are telling investors about how gun violence could affect their financial performance.
White & Case and Cooley join 42 other law firms harnessing Shieldpay, as fintech firm marks major milestone ahead of changes to SRA rules.
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