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Dentons climbs up the Q1 League Tables in Europe
Dentons' European region has made major improvements in the Q1 2016 corporate League Tables and for the first time has entered the Mergermarket Top 10 in Europe. The other most noteworthy improvements throughout various key publications include moving up 10 places to the #2 position in CEE, moving up 16 places to #1 in the UK (mid-market), and climbing 25 places to the #11 position in Germany.
To waive or not to waive future claims in settlement agreements?
The decision of the Commercial Court in Khanty-Mansiysk Recoveries Limited v. Forsters LLP  EWHC 522 (Comm) may not, at first sight, be of obvious importance to HR practitioners. However, this decision highlights important considerations for the drafting of settlement agreements in the employment sphere.
Construction Essentials - keeping construction projects on track
Leading global law firm Dentons, in collaboration with international construction consulting firm Hill International and the Association of Corporate Counsel Middle East (ACCME), assembled industry practitioners in Dubai this month to discuss key challenges facing construction projects in the Middle East.
Give your dough to the baker even if he will eat half of your bread!
A teaching hospital's direct graduate medical education (DGME) payments are made on a per-resident basis and are based on each hospital’s unique per-resident amount (PRA). This PRA, once established, is permanent and cannot be modified or reset, other than by annual updates for inflation.
Professional negligence: conveyancers on both sides of a property purchase found liable to a defrauded buyer
In Purrunsing v. A'Court & Co (a firm) and House Owners Conveyancers Limited (2016) EWHC 789 (Ch) Judge Pelling QC in the Chancery Division of the High Court held that both the buyer's and seller's conveyancing solicitors were jointly liable to the Claimant buyer for a breach of trust arising out of a property fraud, for which they were not entitled to relief under Section 61 Trustee Act 1925 (a statutory provision that enables the Court to relieve a trustee of liability in certain circumstances).
Starting your career as a student at Dentons exposes you to a world of experience and opportunities
With 125+ locations in 50+ countries, Dentons is home to top-tier talent that is found at the intersection of geography, industry knowledge and substantive legal experience. Working with Dentons, you will have the opportunity to learn from the best lawyers in the industry at the largest law firm in the world.
Six in a row: Dentons wins Legal and Financial Consulting Firm of the Year in CEE
For the sixth year in a row, Dentons has been recognized as “Legal & Financial Consulting Firm of the Year” at the CEE Real Estate Quality Awards.
Dentons Partner Publishes Guidebook on Superfund Litigation
Dentons partner Peter Gray, co-chair of the Firm's Environment and Natural Resources Practice Group, has authored The Superfund Manual: A Practitioner's Guide to CERCLA Litigation, an in-depth look at the cases and issues central to litigation brought under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund).
Dentons leaps 25 spots in 2016 BTI Brand Elite index
BTI's analysis stems from in-depth interviews with more than 600 general counsel and legal decision makers at large organizations with revenues in excess of $1 billion. The BTI Brand Elite is a data-driven ranking and the research is independent and unbiased—no law firm or organization sponsors the study, and no law firm influences the results, submits nominations, or provides client names to BTI.
Dentons has one of the leading competition practices in Europe. Tap into our depth of expertise in advising clients from various sectors on a wide range of cases covering all areas of EU competition law, including complex mergers, complex cartel investigations, abuse of dominance investigations, counseling and related litigation.
Our lawyers are qualified in numerous key EU member states and in the Confederation of Independent States (CIS). We have in-depth experience and knowledge of national laws and procedures. Not only do we speak the local language, we are well-acquainted with specific national practices and customs. Count on us to work as a team and easily coordinate complex cross-border projects.
We have experience in complex matters at the intersection of regulatory rules and other substantive areas, including international trade and government affairs. Discover our multidisciplinary approach to combining in-depth knowledge of EU law and other specialists’ fields, particularly:
With offices across the EU’s member states, we cooperate closely with each other to provide comprehensive advice on cross-border issues, which often evolve from member states’ national level to the supranational level and involve the EU’s institutions as well.
Representing the client in complex antitrust proceedings before the European Commission.
On 5 December 2013 the Council of the European Union published the Regulations (EC) No 1238/2013 and 1239/2013, imposing the definitive anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures on imports of solar panels from China, thereby confirming the European Commission’s stance on the case expressed earlier this year. Read more
An ever-increasing proportion of documents and communications are created and stored electronically. To keep pace with this change and ensure that its procedures are appropriate and relevant in this changing landscape, the European Commission has introduced new working practices with an increased focus on electronic data and the use of forensic IT software. Read more
Months after the launch of the controversial EU investigation into the imports of solar panels from China, an amicable solution has been reached between the European Commission (the Commission) and the Chinese exporting producers of solar panels. The offer of a price undertaking, submitted by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce on behalf of China’s solar panel exporters, was finally accepted on 2 August 2013 and came into effect on 6 August 2013. This settlement of the largest ever EU anti-dumping case awards 70 per cent of the EU solar panel market to Chinese exporters at a set price. Read more
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On 29th October the Warsaw Competition Practice Group and the Polish Competition Law Association organized a workshop titled: “State aid in liberalized sectors” held at the Radisson Blue Hotel in Warsaw. Over 70 people turned up, including clients and representatives of the Polish competition authority and other Polish government agencies. Delegates were drawn by the high-profile panelists and the attractive, up-to-the-minute subject matter. Read more
Agnieszka Stefanowicz-Baranska, Chairperson of the Polish Competition Law Association, partner and head of the Competition, Regulatory and Trade Group in Dentonsʼ Warsaw office, took part as a panelist in a conference organized by the Polish competition authority (the UOKiK) and the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. The event titled: "More effective ways of competition protection – proposals of changes to the law" was held on 10th October in the Polish city of Lublin. Read more
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