We are also pleased to feature exclusive practice area reviews written by market-leading experts. Gerold Zeiler of zeiler.partners Rechtsanwälte provides an overview of the Rules of Arbitration and Conciliation adopted by the Vienna International Arbitral Centre, which took effect in 2013. Clemens Philipp Schindler of Schindler and Partners provides an in-depth review of Austrian corporate law and recent deal activity.
Austria navigated its way through the global financial crisis favourably in comparison with numerous other eurozone jurisdictions and the country still performs strongly in terms of GDP per capita, with an IMF forecast predicting gradual economic growth for Austria towards the end of 2015. Please click here to read on.
South Africa’s largest law firm ENSafrica has joined forces with Rex Attorneys to form ENSafrica | Tanzania.
Two leading firms from the Baltic States have combined to create the new law firm Ellex. The Riga and Vilnius offices of LAWIN, as well as the Estonia office of Raidla Lejins & Norcous, have rebranded as Raidla Ellex, Klavins Ellex and Valiunas Ellex.
Top energy lawyer Simon Tysoe has joined Latham & Watkins in London. He joined after 15 years at Herbert Smith Freehills.
First published in 2012, the Who’s Who Legal 100 is a popular compendium featuring the law firms of the leading lawyers. The fourth edition has expanded significantly: it now not only details the top law firms across all our practice areas combined, but also provides an in-depth ranking order of the best law firms within 11 distinct practice area groupings. Featuring a total of 266 firm listings, from multi-award winning global heavyweights to the very best independent law firms and consulting experts, this guide provides one of the most accurate and expansive resources for the legal marketplace. To review the full results of our research please click here.
This year we have provided a precise ranking order of the world’s elite law firms consistent with their unique positions across our research. Essential information is given on each firm, as well as further insight into their recent news and matters, leading lawyers, and policies on diversity and pro bono work. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | Clifford Chance | Hogan Lovells | Herbert Smith Freehills | Allen & Overy | Sidley Austin | Baker & McKenzie | Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom | Norton Rose Fulbright | White & Case | Latham & Watkins | Linklaters | Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton | DLA Piper | Debevoise & Plimpton | Jones Day | Bird & Bird | King & Wood Mallesons | Covington & Burling | Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
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