Microsoft and Linklaters

Lawyers can be enablers of Digital Transformation

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Leaders of the future

We have elected 27 new partners worldwide

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Brexit: What you need to know

Insights and briefings to help you consider, and deal with, the implications of Brexit.

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The Rule of Law: Everyone has a part to play

A report on improving the UK’s rule of law and competitiveness

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Opportunity Plus

Understanding the opportunities and risks of non-core infrastructure investment

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通向成功之路 在监管日趋严格时如何完成境外投资

The road to success: Completing outbound investment in an increasingly regulated world

China outbound M&A
Crisis Management

A coordinated, world-wide response to the issues that threaten your reputation, financial stability and key relationships.

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Wellcome Trust 100 year £750m bond

Linklaters advises one of the world’s largest funders of medical research.

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Oxford University issues first bond

Oxford University's first ever bond will raise £750 million

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Successful infrastructure project financing in Sub-Saharan Africa

Nacala Corridor Rail and Port project is catalyst for significant regional development.

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Linklaters named Top 100 LGB&T Employer in the UK

Linklaters is proud to announce that the firm has been named a Stonewall Top 100 Employer.

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A global HERo

Claudia Parzani named one of top ten Financial Times and HERoes global champions of women in business

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Sustainable Development Goals

Outlining how our commercial work and operations align to the UN SDGs.

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Forward Thinking

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John Xu_Bloomberg Interview

John Xu speaks to Bloomberg TV on China's plan to lure big tech companies home

3rd April 2018 // News

John Xu, partner in our Shanghai office, was featured on Bloomberg TV’s Bloomberg Markets Asia on China’s recently announced pilot to allow some companies listed overseas to issue Chinese Depositary Receipts. The plan will encourage China’s technology firms to list in its domestic market.

EU law

How is EU law made?

28th March 2018 // Publication

Our short animation will help you understand: which EU institutions are involved in the EU ordinary legislative procedure; how each institution influences the drafting of EU law; and the procedural steps that turn a draft text into binding EU law.

china outbound 2018

The road to success: completing outbound investment in an increasingly regulated world

26th March 2018 // Thought leadership

While the pace of outbound investment from China has declined in 2017, Chinese outbound investment will continue to be a significant global force over the long term. We estimate that Chinese outbound investment flows may come to $1.5 to $2.5 trillion over the next 10 years.

Illegality and contracts

22nd March 2018 // Publication

As any hapless law student attempting to grapple with the concept of illegality knows, it is almost impossible to ascertain or articulate principled rules from the authorities relating to the recovery of money or other assets paid or transferred under illegal contracts.” Lady Justice Gloster in Patel v Mirza [2014] EWCA Civ 1047.

Rule against penalties: State of the law in Singapore

22nd March 2018 // Publication

It has been just over two years since the UK Supreme Court reformulated the penalty rule in Cavendish Square Holding BV v Talal El Makdessi; ParkingEye Limited v Beavis [2015] UKSC 67.

Fintech

European Commission's Fintech Action Plan

12th March 2018 // Publication

As part of its strategy for a Capital Markets Union and the Digital Single Market, the European Commission has published its Fintech Action Plan which includes a proposed regulation for crowdfunding services.

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