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.
Featuring interviews with Derek Sweeting QC, Chair of the Bar Council, I. Stephanie Boyce, President of the Law Society, 20 of the largest UK law firms, and leading barristers’ chambers.
In this issue: ‘Let’s get visible’ – Sandra De Vito Bieri becomes first female managing partner at major Swiss law firm Where are all the women? – Swiss law firms to address shortage of female partners Advestra: reaching for the stars – Capital markets spin-off takes on Zurich’s big players Switzerland: The magic still works …
In this issue: Offshore elite firms thrive despite challenges The SPACs phenomenon Queen’s Gambit – a different kind of SPAC Gibraltar: a hub for crypto entrepreneurs Hong Kong at the crossroads