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We are a leading UK law firm, offering a full service to companies on both domestic and cross-border work.

We have more than 400 lawyers, all focused on getting results for clients through a deep understanding of their industries. We are based in the heart of the City and have full-service offices serving businesses in the thriving city of Bristol and the technology-focused Thames Valley.

We cover the full range of legal advice including advisory, litigation and transactional matters. Across the UK, 76 of our partners are ranked as leading individuals by Chambers UK and we are ranked in 79 practice areas by The Legal 500.

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Smart cities: today’s reality


How data and technology is changing the way we interact with city infrastructure and what it means for your business.

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The European connected consumer: A life lived online


From health apps and virtual consultations, to 3D printing at home and augmented reality – what do these trends mean for your business? Find out more by downloading our latest report.

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Commission fines Altice Group €125.5M for early implementation of its proposed acquisition of PT Portugal

In an important reminder of the importance of receiving merger control clearance before implementing transactions, the European Commission has announced that it is to impose a €125.5M fine on the

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European Commission announces first piece of cross-platform regulation to ensure online platforms and search engines deal fairly with other businesses

The European Commission has announced the first piece of cross platform regulation which aims to ensure that online platforms and search engines deal fairly with other businesses. Context The European

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Vertical mergers in the technology sector

The European Commission recently announced that it was conducting an in-depth investigation into Apple's proposed acquisition of UK-based music-recognition service Shazam. This is despite the transaction failing to meet the

Written on: 23rd May 2018


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