Luxembourg: funds in flux • Channelling growth • Cayman’s world class bench • Cayman: The global capital of offshore disputes • Why Cayman clients want London KCs
• The cream of Jersey: ‘best in class’ • Jersey Finance: ‘doing an amazing job’ • Channel Islands: premier independents • Peake: taking Harneys to new heights? •Conyers: Luthi drives Caribbean cohesion •
Ireland: Dublin Disruptors • Ireland’s Big Six • Dublin Disruptors • Dentons – ‘An overnight commercial success story’ • DLA Piper – Hoping to call the tune • K&L Gates – Irish funds market disruptor • ESG – ‘Many clients are on the same journey as we are’
Offshore: Great expectations • Crypto: redefining volatility • Hard Labour offshore • Offshore war for talent rages on • The lure of Luxembourg
Crisis? What Crisis? • ESG matters • NKF’s Geneva gambit • Swiss disputes set to fly
NI Protocol • Law firms invest heavily in Belfast • All-island practice: strategy for the future?
In this issue: New arrivals: International firms flock to Dublin Addleshaw Goddard merger breaks new ground Bird & Bird: A big draw for local lawyers Ogier Leman: Driving offshore further into the Irish market Waiting for Godot: will the insolvency surge ever arrive? From ESG to D&I: turning necessity to advantage Irish law firms face …
In this issue: Good Russians, bad Russians ‘Even pariahs have rights’ Gibraltar: crypto disputes Economic headwinds blow hard Setting up during lockdown Ogier Leman merger Turmoil offshore
In this issue: Offshore: firing on all cylinders Deals dominate Governance underpinning purpose ‘People keep arguing’ ESG: ‘The need to respond is immediate’
Featuring interviews with Irish managing partners: A&L Goodbody, Arthur Cox, Eversheds Sutherland Ireland, Maples Group Ireland, Mason Hayes & Curran, Matheson, McCann FitzGerald, Walkers Ireland, and William Fry.