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U.K. fashion retailer Ted Baker said Tuesday that it has agreed to a £211 million ($254 million) takeover by the Authentic Brands Group, in a deal guided by Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP.
There is no suspicion of wrongdoing by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz for his role in the so-called cum-ex tax scandal, Hamburg prosecutors told Law360 on Tuesday, confirming reports in the German media.
The global collapse will likely trigger a raft of misselling claims similar to the 2008 financial crash, with the market meltdown likely to attract litigation funders and widen the array of such disputes in English courts, attorneys say.
AstraZeneca has asked a London court to enforce and extend a non-compete agreement signed by one of its most senior employees after he left to join rival pharmaceutical giant GSK, claiming he has been "exposed" to significant amounts of confidential information.
Video game giant Saber Interactive is suing a U.K. competitor and its law firm Pinsent Masons LLP for trying to drum up press coverage accusing the Evil Dead: The Game developer of bullying the indie competitor out of the market.
Turquoise Hill Resources said Monday that it had rejected a $2.7 billion bid by the Rio Tinto Group to buy the 49% of the Canadian mining company's shares it doesn't already own, saying the Anglo-Australian giant's offer didn't reflect fair value.
Space logistics business D-Orbit's and blank-check company Breeze Holdings have said they have mutually agreed to abandon their three law firm-led $1.28 billion merger, blaming market conditions.
Monster Energy failed to convince a London court Friday to let it register the trademark "Red Dawg" because it rides on the coattails of its main rival Red Bull.
The backlog of criminal court cases grew for a third consecutive month, according to the latest government figures, prompting the Criminal Bar Association to slam Whitehall for failing to stem "a massive exodus" of barristers from the profession.
A London appeals court has agreed to weigh whether developers working on bitcoin have a legal duty to protect consumers' assets, in a case brought by the self-styled inventor of the cryptocurrency.
The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council won't hear a challenge from a fashion executive facing U.S. criminal charges to a contempt finding over his use of allegedly hacked privileged communications in separate New York litigation over a sprawling Bahamas property dispute.