We work worldwide

We have over 2,500 lawyers worldwide who work wherever our clients need us. We can put together tailored, multi-skilled, international teams at very short notice. Our relationships with leading local firms enables us to deliver a truly seamless service. This means you get an unbeatable combination of international experience and understanding, tailored advice, and reliable local knowledge and contacts – whenever and wherever you need it. Find out more about our global network by choosing a country or region

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      Restructuring Team of the Year 2015

      We are delighted to announce that we have been named Restructuring Team of the Year at The Lawyer Awards 2015 for our leading role advising Monarch Airline, IVG Immobilien and the bondholders on New World Resources (NWR) on their restructurings.

      The award recognises the most innovative legal work in Europe, as well as exceptional client service – something Monarch’s CEO, Andrew Swaffield, highlights as a stand-out feature of the firm in the video below.

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      European Restructuring Seminars 2017

      We are delighted to invite you to our 2017 European restructuring seminar programme

      To focus on what is important for you, each seminar will major on the three most critical issues for restructurings in European jurisdictions: cram down options, security enforcement and directors’ duties. We will explain what you need to know – including important trends, new cases and legislative reforms – when considering a restructuring or investing in distressed debt in any of the jurisdictions.

      Please join us.

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      For further information or if you have any questions relating to our European restructuring seminar programme, please contact us

    • Seminar details

      How long?



      8am themed breakfast
      8.30am start
      9.30am sharp finish


      Freshfields auditorium
      (corner of Tudor Street and Bouverie Street).