Dealing with distress: business restructuring and rescue
Businesses in every sector and geography are having to transition to new ways of operating within a rapidly changing and increasingly uncertain legal and regulatory landscape.
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For almost two decades, global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has conducted its Annual Litigation Trends Survey, analyzing litigation trends to assess the state of the legal landscape and consider their impact on organizations.
We have surveyed thousands of legal professionals, including general counsel from global corporations, as well as those from boutique startups.
Over the past two years, challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic required us to adapt our approach. We added in-depth discussions to better explore emerging trends and offer our perspective.
To mark our 2021 Annual Litigation Survey, we gathered responses from more than 250 general counsel and in-house litigation leaders across the United States.
We found that most participants felt their teams had largely come to grips with the new normal of remote and hybrid working, but feared a host of evolving trends could pose financial and reputational risks to their organizations.
Norton Rose Fulbright's 2021 Annual Litigation Trends Survey reveals five key insights impacting the legal landscape.
Miranda Cole from our Brussels office has contributed to the Concurrences N° 4-2022 on the new EU Vertical Block Exemption Regulation (EU VBER).
Yesterday, the Court of Justice of the European Union issued an important decision with respect to the free and public access to information published in the Register of Beneficial Ownership (RBO).
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