We help our clients navigate complex and increasingly hostile regulatory landscapes while protecting their corporate reputations.
We’ve advised major organisations on their engagement with regulators and the development of litigation strategies in respect of incipient regulatory intervention.
We’re often at the forefront of legal developments where we have been instrumental in the development of new international, EU and national laws.
We successfully lobbied the UK government to introduce, on constitutional grounds, a right of appeal in proposed collective redress reforms set out in the Financial Services Act 2010, mitigating significant potential liability for the financial services industry.
At an EU level, we are one of the very few European law firms with in-house EU regulatory and public affairs capabilities.
Our Brussels-based team is an integral and highly respected part of our international antitrust and competition practice.
An important part of its work includes engaging in constructive dialogue with the European institutions and member state governments, as well as through influential trade associations and think tanks.