To mark the occasion, ‘The Number One Club’ (TNOC), are looking back at some of the highlights over the past 10 years, discussing the real power of women’s networks and what the next 10 years may bring.
Our microsite provides comprehensive analysis of the legal consequences of Brexit, to help businesses understand the issues and determine the best way to address them.
The “decade on" anniversary of the collapse of Lehman is a time to take stock; what in fact transpired in the face of the uncertainty the financial world faced 10 years ago? How has the financial world changed? What are the lessons? Have we learned in time?
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12 Oct 2018
The Israeli Desk of law firm Simmons & Simmons celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
11 Oct 2018
Simmons & Simmons advises CDPQ, one of Canada’s biggest institutional investors, on its investment in Biogroup-LCD.
10 Oct 2018
International law firm Simmons & Simmons has been awarded Best Law Firm for FinTech at the 2018 Islamic Finance News (IFN) Law Awards for a second year in a row.
15 Oct 2018
Par une décision du 26 septembre 2018, la Cour de Cassation vient rappeler les éléments pouvant constituer une faute « grave » privative de l’indemnité de fin de relation prévue à l’article L. 134-12 du code de commerce.
On 09 October 2018, the Central Bank of Ireland (the Central Bank) confirmed changes to how it will now review UCITS and Retail Investor AIFs (RIAIFs) authorisations/approvals and post-authorisation amendments.
Developer who secured planning permission has to pay overage to seller even though development cannot be implemented because it does not comply with building regulations.
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