- Wednesday, December 5, 2018
In the third quarter, Dykema closed eight transactions, totaling $145 million in deal volume. Year-to-date, that puts us at 31 closed deals for more than $805 million in deal volume. The fourth quarter is normally our strongest quarter for deal closings, so we expect this momentum to continue.
- Monday, December 10, 2018
Dykema is proud to announce that Richard Y. Cheng, Dallas-based member of Dykema's Cannabis Law Practice Group and the firm’s Health Care Practice Group, was included in DataBird Research Journal’s list of 250 Cannabis Law Leaders.
For more information about the publication, please Click here.
- Monday, December 3, 2018
LK Shields is delighted to announce that it is merging with Dublin-based firm Kilroys Solicitors effective from 3 December 2018.
Following on from our office openings in Galway and London, this merger represents further strategic growth for the firm and will allow us support our clients with additional expertise and experience and enable us to expand into new areas of legal practice.
- Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Best Lawyers, the most prestigious guide of lawyers in the United States, has already published the list of the most outstanding Spanish lawyers by specialty, for the year 2019.
Among the most outstanding lawyers, 9 lawyers from Bufete Escura have been selected, having received a total of 12 mentions in the areas of Corporate and M&A, Tax, Litigation, Banking and Finance, Real Estate Law and Privacy & Data Protection Law.
This recognition joins those received by Bufete Escura from Chambers & Partners and IFLR1000.
- Monday, November 26, 2018
Gibraltar internet TV channel, YGTV, recently interviewed Eric Ellul (Senior Partner) and Marc Ellul (Managing Partner) of Ellul & Co. Eric talks a little about the history of Ellul & Co. and how he founded the firm in 1973. Marc continues with how the firm has developed and become a medium-sized firm in Gibraltar, the firm's fintech work, and his role as Chairman of the Gibraltar Finance Centre Council. Marc even has a few comments on how Gibraltar is very well-placed to deal with Brexit