Litigation over an air shipping cartel has brought antitrust mass actions to Europe. But will the new capital of private anticartel enforcement be London or Amsterdam?
As change roils the U.K. legal market, British firms try to adapt with a wave of mergers.
The law firms that handled the biggest recent deals in Europe.
Lateral moves at European firms and outposts.
What happens when a billionaire politician files an arbitration against his country?
Chinese investment in Germany gains momentum.
Italian brands lure Chinese acquirers.
The court system in the German city is vying to be the fastest—and most popular—in the country.
Businesses face human rights litigation in British courts.
Bankruptcy laws in Spain pose problems for companies and investors alike.
The E.U. is getting tougher on sanction violations.
Innovative U.S. legal service providers enter the U.K. market in the wake of far-reaching reforms.