Europe News

 

Weinhold Legal strengthens dispute resolution and corporate teams
Posted 29 July 2014

Former Hogan Lovells managing partner Miroslav Dubovský has joined Weinhold Legal, following Hogan Lovells’ departure from the Czech Republic. Dubovský is recognised by Chambers Europe in the Czech Republic Dispute Resolution and Corporate/M&A sections. Read more here


Sérvulo & Associados elects new Managing Partner
Posted 29 July 2014

Paulo Câmara has been elected Managing Partner of Sérvulo & Associados in Portugal.  Câmara is recognised by Chambers Europe and Chambers Global for his expertise in Banking & Finance and Capital Markets in Portugal.  Read more here


Employment boutique SOTRA established in Belgium
Posted 29 July 2014

Olivier Rijckaert has left Belgian firm Younity to co-found employment boutique SOTRA. Rijckaert is recognised by Chambers Europe in the Belgium Employment section.  Read more here


RTPR Allen & Overy expands competition team in Romania
Posted 24 July 2014

Valentin Berea has joined RTPR Allen & Overy in Bucharest as a partner in the competition, dispute resolution and IP practices. He is recognised by Chambers Europe for his expertise in the Romania: Competition/Antitrust section. Read more here


Hogan Lovells adds Spanish employment expertise
Posted 23 July 2014

Silvia Bauzá Hernández will join Hogan Lovells' Madrid employment practice from Gomez-Acebo & Pombo on 4th August 2014. She recognised by Chambers Europe for her expertise in the Spain: Employment section.  Read more here


Menold Bezler makes IP hire
Posted 21 July 2014

Andreas Schabenberger will leave Gleiss Lutz to join Menold Bezler in August 2014.  Schabenberger is recognised by Chambers Europe for his expertise in the Intellectual Property: Germany section.  Read more here


Dentons strengthens Romania banking and finance offering
Posted 18 July 2014


Perry Zizzi has joined Dentons in Bucharest from Clifford Chance. Zizzi, who will head the banking and finance group, is recognised by Chambers Europe and Chambers Global for his expertise in real estate and banking & finance. Read more here

The guide covers 52 jurisdictions, from Greenland in the West to Russia, Turkey and Eastern Europe in the East.

Areas of Law   In the largest jurisdictions, such as the France, Germany, Spain and the UK, we cover many areas of law – about 25 in each. In smaller jurisdictions we usually cover about six areas of law. In the smallest jurisdictions, such as Andorra and Armenia, we cover only one area of law: General Business Law.

Key areas of law, such as Arbitration, Dispute Resolution, and Corporate, are also covered in our ‘Europe-Wide’ rankings and commentary. This Europe-wide coverage focuses on those law firms that operate across the continent. We also have separate 'Central & Eastern Europe' and 'Baltic States' chapters which rank firms that carry out work across those regions.  

Law Firm Networks   Chambers ranks leading law firm networks in the region.

Date of Publication  Chambers Europe is published annually in April.  The latest edition of Chambers Europe was released on 24 April 2014. 

The ranking tables and commentary, are fixed at the date of publication for the following 12 months. However, factual information, such as mergers or lawyer-moves, are kept up-to-date on the website throughout the year.