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France: Administrative Litigation 2017

This chapter identifies 22 of the top French litigators who focus on administrative law matters and related disputes between entities and government authorities. 

France: Restructuring & Insolvency 2017

This chapter features 20 leading individuals who are recognised for their expertise in the full range of bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency work.

France: M&A and Governance 2017

In this chapter, we highlight 16 leading corporate lawyers who stand out for their expertise in public and private M&A, joint ventures, private equity, and cross-border transactions. They are also recognised for their exceptional work advising boards of directors of listed companies and substantial privately held entities with respect to the most difficult and sensitive corporate disclosure, governance and policy issues.

France: Mining 2017

We identify 11 leading practitioners who provide counsel and representation to companies operating across the mining sector – many offering specific expertise relating to, among other matters, dirt law, native title law, mine financing and leasing.

France: Labour & Employment 2017

This year we highlight 39 leading names in the French market for their exceptional work representing and advising management on all aspects of labour, employment and industrial relations law.

Life Sciences 2017: Analysis

As ever, our legal analysis seeks to identify which law firms and which lawyers are the most highly regarded practitioners both by region and by type of life sciences law. We have split our research into four practice areas: transactional, patent litigation, product liability and regulatory. Europe and the United States once again emerge as the regions with the greatest concentration of top life sciences lawyers. However, while smaller in volume, Australia, China and Japan’s leading law firms also demonstrate their depth of expertise in the area, with numerous individuals recommended across all areas. 

Life Sciences 2017: Trends

Levels of activity within the life sciences market show no sign of abating, despite the economic uncertainty brought on by recent political events on both sides of the Atlantic. M&A and consolidation remains active and in regions where joined-up regulatory regimes are about to come into place, as in the European Union, regulatory and compliance law is robust. One of the reasons for such a buoyant market may be the successes that innovators have had recently, with several new biopharmaceutical products becoming available that seem likely to be lucrative regardless of the ups and downs of the market. This has culminated in a healthy year for life sciences, and for lawyers practising in all areas of the field.

Switzerland: Transport 2017

In this chapter, we recognise 34 of the country’s premier transport specialists. These featured lawyers excel in aviation, shipping and rail law, regularly handling financing, logistics, transactions, insurance and crisis management matters. 

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