Charles Russell Speechlys continues to excel in the Middle East
Chambers Global 2016, one of the leading international legal directories, has once again commended all the firm's Middle East based Partners as “Leading Individuals” in their respective legal fields.
Commenting on the latest industry accolade, Patrick Gearon, Head of Middle East for Charles Russell Speechlys advised: “The firm prides itself on maintaining the highest levels of professional delivery and client service standards. Our top tier rankings in Chambers Global 2016 demonstrate that we continue to deliver in the areas that matter most to our clients".
This year the firm has won some notable mandates in the region and hired two Partners for our Corporate practice and Construction sector, respectively, to assist with our sustained growth in the Middle East.
Patrick Gearon FCIArb
Insolvency Legislation in the GCC
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Case Study: One Blackfriars Limited
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Steven Carey writes for Building on whether a company can provide expert services in claims for and against the same party
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The Corporate team's involvement in Fishawack Health’s acquisition of PRMA featured in Yahoo! Finance USA, Markets Insider and Morning Star
Martin Wright and the Corporate team provided legal support on the acquisition of PRMA Consulting.
Charles Russell Speechlys, Strategic Partners of the Asoko Insight West Africa's Family-Owned Business Report
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Jessica Arrol quoted by Real Deals on the implementation of SFDR
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Charles Russell Speechlys advises Shore Capital as nominated adviser, broker and bookrunner on £56.5m fundraising for Helios Underwriting Plc
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Infra.law - Spring 2021
Click here to read the latest edition of our construction and infrastructure publication, Infra.Law.
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Charles Russell Speechlys advises shareholders of Douglas & Gordon Estate Agents on its sale to Foxtons
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The UK’s post-Brexit rules for skilled workers – Key implications for the construction industry
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The firm's role in advising Dentex on the acquisition of The Essex Smile Centre reported by Business Money
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Andrew Keeley writes for Building on the consequences of a liquidated damages clause being unenforceable
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