Linklaters London, England Office Profile
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About this office:
Linklaters is one of the leading global law firms with first-class corporate, finance and specialist teams operating throughout the world. Our lawyers work closely with leading corporates, investment banks and other major institutions offering the highest quality advice and innovative use of technology to meet our clients' needs.
In January 2001, Linklaters and Oppenhoff & Rädler merged and now practise under the name Linklaters Oppenhoff & Rädler in Germany. In September 2001, Linklaters merged with Lagerlöf & Leman which practises as Linklaters Lagerlöf in Sweden. In Belgium the firm is known as Linklaters & Alliance and in Luxembourg Linklaters Loesch following a merger in January 2002 with De Bandt, van Hecke, Lagae & Loesch. Other key developments have included in September 2000 a joint law venture in Singapore to form Linklaters Allen & Gledhill and in July 2001 a cooperation agreement in Brazil with Goulart Penteado Iervolino e Lefosse.
Asset Finance; Banking Law; Capital Markets; Construction and Engineering; Corporate Law; Mergers and Acquisitions; Corporate Tax; Employee Incentives; Employment Law; Environment; EU; Competition; Financial Markets; Intellectual Property; Information Technology; Communications Law; Investment Management; Litigation; Arbitration; Pensions; Planning Law; Private Equity; Projects; Real Estate; Business Reorganization; Insolvency; Structured Finance; Trusts.
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