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Miron forms new Tax outfit in Romania

Romanian tax lawyer Ana-Maria Miron has left domestic firm Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen SCA to form new outfit Ionescu Miron. Miron is recognised by Chambers Europe for Tax in Romania. Read more here.  


Magnusson establishes Hong Kong office 
Posted 26 February 2015

Baltic law firm Magnusson has expanded to Hong Kong, welcoming Kristian Odebjer and Paulo Fohlin as partners. The office will not practice Chinese law but hopes to attract Chinese investment to the Baltic region. Odebjer will co-head the firm's China group alongside Carl-Fredrik Hedenström, who is recognised by Chambers Europe for his expertise in Employment. Read more here.


Olswang Paris strengthens Tax team
Posted 25 February 2015

Laurent Ragot has joined Olswang Paris from Paul Hastings. Ragot is recognised by Chambers Europe in the France Tax section. Read more here.


RCD makes insurance hire in Madrid
Posted 10 February 2015

Pablo Wesolowski has joined Rousaud Costas Duran's Madrid office from DAC Beachcroft. Wesolowski is recognised by Chambers Europe in the Spain Insurance section. Read more here.


KIAP Moscow bolsters Dispute Resolution team
Posted 03 January 2015

Anna Grishchenkova has joined KIAP in Moscow from FBK Legal. She is recognised in Chambers Europe for her expertise in Dispute Resolution in Russia. Read more here.


MoFo expands privacy expertise in Germany
Posted 03 January 2015

Global law firm Morrison Foerster will add Lokke Moerel to its Berlin office, from De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek in Amsterdam. Moerel is recognised in Chambers Europe for her data protection expertise in the Netherlands. Read more here.


Latham and Watkins grows Private Equity offering
Posted 03 January 2015

Latham and Watkins' Frankfurt office hires two Corporate partners, Oliver Felsenstein and Burc Hesse, from Clifford Chance. Both are recognised in Chambers Europe for their expertise in Private Equity in Germany. Read more here.


Beiten Burkhardt expands Frankfurt office
Posted 02 February 2015

Beiten Burkhardt has strengthened its Frankfurt office with the hire of Andreas Lober from Schulte Riesenkampff. Lober, who is recognised by Chambers Europe in the German TMT: Media section, is set to join the firm as of 1st February. Read more here.


Squire Patton Boggs makes Paris disputes hire
Posted 29 January 2015

Carole Sportes, and a team of one additional partner and three associates have joined Squire Patton Boggs from the insurance litigation boutique that she had previously established.  Sportes is recognised by Chambers Europe for her expertise in the France: Transportation: Aviation section.  Read more here.

Chambers Europe

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 new edition of Chambers Europe will be released on 27 April 2015. 

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.