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Withers goes up against RBS as defunct property company claims bank mis-sold hedging products

Withers is preparing to take on Royal Bank of Scotland in a mis-selling court battle on behalf of bankrupt student housing company Opal Property as the fallout from the Libor fixing scan...

29 Aug 2014 | 09:56 | secure

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Allen & Overy boosts autumn trainee retention rate to 82%

Allen & Overy has become the final magic circle firm to announce retention figures for its September 2014 qualifying trainees, keep...

29 Aug 2014 | 00:05 | secure

Shearman & Sterling develops software to help banks through regulatory minefield

Shearman & Sterling will look to bolster its ties with financial institutions by offering a software programmes to help its banking...

29 Aug 2014 | 00:05 | secure

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The bigger picture

Ex-general counsel Tim Bratton on why lawyers can benefit from a greater understanding of the sales process...

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Is taking a selfie inside the National Gallery a copyright infringement? Eleonora Rosati looks at the law...

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