Christopher Hayes attends the International Bar Association Conferences as a trade missionary for the Law Society and Department of UK Trade and Industry. Christopher Hayes accompanied the President of the Law Society, John Wotton and other leading legal figures on this mission. Research for the 2012 edition of Chambers & Partners UK has now finished and we are pleased to announce that Edward Hayes have been ranked as band 3. In addition, Charles Long and Grant Ambridge will be featured as

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During the recommendation stages, GLE received over 14,000 responses from business directors, in-house counsel, independent law firms, high net-worth individuals, bar associations, visitors to the GLE website and LinkedIn users. These recommendations were combined with GLE's own independent research to create a shortlist of firms for each key country and practice area. The 2011 Awards Panel met earlier this month to discuss the shortlisted firms and reach a decision regarding this year's winners.

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The Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility remains available to all those who have offshore assets along with assets in Liechtenstein - individuals can acquire such an asset now and still qualify for this generous settlement scheme. Individuals are increasingly aware that no tax haven is a safe place. In the current world economic climate with the total disclosure on account of terrorism etc, countries are sharing more and more information on investors and individuals of conspicuous means. There is

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Family team take on a particularly grave case involving alleged non-accidental injuries resulting in a fractured skull to a child. Our team have recently disproved three separate cases of mistaken medical diagnosis. This area of law is highly specialised and requires exceptional skill and competence to avoid tragic consequences.

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The Bribery Act will not lead to a large number of prosecutions and will not outlaw corporate hospitality, the Government has said in long-awaited guidance on last year's Bribery Act. The guidance also makes it clear that small companies could communicate their anti-bribery policies orally and still meet the requirements of the new law. "Cases will be brought where they are in the public interest, which will require the personal agreement of the Director of Public Prosecutions or the Director

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