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Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) announced today (5 February 2010) that Andrew Hockley will join the firm as a partner.  His appointment will strengthen the EU & Competition Group, which, since its formation in 2005, has grown to include 16 dedicated competition lawyers in London and Brussels.  The Group also includes a further five competition lawyers […]

Leading law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) announced today (4 February 2010) that Ashton Coleman-Smith will join the firm as director of marketing and a board member. Ashton, who is currently Managing Director, EMEA and London, for Ogilvy Public Relations, has extensive experience in developing major brands and marketing campaigns for global businesses. A board […]

International law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has marked the first anniversary of its Russian office, Goltsblat BLP, which is the first Russian international law firm. The new office is celebrating after securing a number of global clients and completing several significant transactions, and BLP is now looking to further increase staff numbers in Moscow […]

Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP (BLP) advised Playtech Limited, the leading provider of software to the remote and land based gambling industry, on its acquisition of Gaming Technology Solutions Limited (GTS), a rapidly growing gaming software business and one of the largest game aggregators in the industry. The consideration for the acquisition, which completed on 7 […]

Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has recently recruited two senior tax associates, Reshmi Manekporia and Georgina James, to join newly hired private client partner Murray North. Murray, who specialises in providing advice to ultra-high net worth individuals and their related trusts, controlled businesses and companies, joined BLP from Clifford Chance. Reshmi and Georgina also worked at […]

UK real estate fund managers are focusing on straightforward, low risk real estate funds as investors seek more transparency and accountability in current market conditions. More exotic or complex funds are being shunned in favour of ‘stable income returns and  diminished risk’, according to Cathryn Vanderspar, a tax partner at leading City law firm Berwin […]

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