The regulation represents yet another attempt by a state to work around the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Quill Corp v. North Dakota.
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The Financial Report offers financial news from the Americas, Asia Pacific and Europe.
In recent years personal injury solicitors have been inundated with file requests and pre-action claims, alleging the negligent under-settlement of cases. This article examines the trend.
This article assesses the recent decision in C-248/16 Austria Asphalt v Bundeskartellanwalt.
The government published the Data Protection Bill on 14 September 2017, which will implement and supplement the General Data Protection Regulation in the UK.
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The firm launched its New York office in 2012 with a focus on dispute resolution
Pair advise as Schneider Electric rekindles merger talks with UK software company Aveva
Firm makes double hire for Amsterdam base as CC lawyers join in Prague
DLA is working on the potential tie-up opposite Co-op's in-house legal team
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Magic circle firms advise on Carlyle's bid to acquire Praesidiad from CVC
Firm appoints new Europe and Middle East managing partner and makes two London partner promotions
Conflicts send 10-partner Chadbourne team to Winston & Strawn post-Norton Rose merger
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Kirkland and Sullivan have also won roles as US broadcaster buys joint-owner of British TV channel Dave
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Firm's City corporate push continues with ex-magic circle recruit
Maclays chief exec and Scots partners on the Dentons merger and the future of independent firms in Scotland
Dentons set for Scotland debut as global expansion continues
Firm expands US west coast presence with acquisition of LA boutique Liner
The American Lawyer announces line-up for fifth annual Global Legal Awards
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Revenue hits record high as firm posts final results before Maxwell Winward merger
US duo lead on Chinese consortium's multibillion bid for Singapore-based logistics company
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A&O takes lead role for Worldpay on Vantiv takeover after advising on 2015 IPO
US firms dominate UK M&A rankings in higher value but thinner deal market
Firm continues expansion outside of law with acquisition of Sydney-based technology advisory firm ITNewcom
Mishcons unveils double-digit growth as Bird & Bird and Shoosmiths also post solid results
Pair of partner hires from US firms come as co-chief expects PEP to "go north of £600,000"
UK firm boosts Asia corporate offering with hire of six-lawyer team
Revenue rises to £423m at Pinsents amid expansion drive
Norton Rose chief Peter Martyr on the post-merger questions facing the firm following its Chadbourne tie-up
Norton Rose seals second US merger as Chadbourne combination goes live
James Blendis to depart as the two teams gear up for full integration next month
Freshfields, Linklaters, Latham, Ropes and Simpson Thacher join Skadden on buyout of Norwegian software company
Firm becomes first magic circle player to reveal 2016-17 financial results
Magic circle, US and offshore firms among legal line-up in race to acquire London-listed gem miner
US duo advise alongside DLA Piper on high-profile retail acquisition
US firm represents drinks giant with a team including EU competition head Juan Rodriguez
Firm unveils increased partner promotions round after strong 2016-17 financial results
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Magic circle firm continues US hiring spree with hires from Greenberg and Duane Morris
Suet Fern Lee relinquishes Singapore leadership after becoming entangled in high-profile family dispute
Other firms active in the lateral market include Hogan Lovells, Mishcon de Reya, DWF and Shakespeare Martineau
Sullivan, Wachtell, Latham and Weil among advisers on high profile deal
Banking partner Keel recently advised on the takeover of confectioners Hancocks
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