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Spotlight

On Thursday, November 5, our European members will discuss DAC6, the EU’s new tax planning disclosure directive.

Our London member has been ranked across 15 practice areas in the 2021 edition of Legal 500 UK, along with 41 recommendations in the editorial.

Members around the world are recognized in the latest edition of IFLR1000, the leading publication for capital markets, corporate and financial lawyers.

Ally Law firms are consistently awarded elite status in the most authoritative and influential legal directories.

Monday, 19 October, 2020

Moye White Partner, Lynne Hanson recently spoke with Jessica Folker at Law Week Colorado about her work with franchisors, her Best Lawyers’ Lawyers of the Year honor and her favorite thing about her practice.

Monday, 19 October, 2020

Smith Anderson’s M&A and Finance practices were again ranked in the North Carolina chapter of IFLR 1000: The Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms.

Monday, 19 October, 2020

Benchmark Litigation, “the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys,” has recognized 14, Smith Anderson litigators and employment litigators in the 2021 edition.

Monday, 19 October, 2020

On Thursday, November 5, our European members will discuss DAC6, the EU’s new tax planning disclosure directive.

Tuesday, 13 October, 2020

Members in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru were ranked in the guide, which includes mentions of nearly 40 lawyers, including three Leading Lawyers and one Next Generation lawyer, across 13 practice areas.

Tuesday, 6 October, 2020

On October 27, eight Ally members from five countries will discuss the pandemic’s impact on the real estate market and perspectives on it’s future.

Thursday, 22 October, 2020

If Employees Work Overtime, Employers Must Pay

In a recent class action proceeding which affected 31,000 CIBC customer service employees across Canada, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled that overtime premiums (i.e. 1.5 times an employee’s hourly rate) must be paid whenever overtime hours are required or permitted by an employer even if approval was not specifically granted prior to working the overtime hours. MORE.

Thursday, 22 October, 2020

IP and Brexit – what happens next

This Guide provides a summary of what is going to happen to intellectual property and related rights in the UK following Brexit at the end of the year. MORE.

Thursday, 22 October, 2020

Moot showcases emerging legal talent

Colin Cohen is impressed with the next generation of young lawyers across the region after acting as a judge in the 15th LAWASIA International Moot Competition. MORE.

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