Lawyer Monthly Latest Edition

Edited by Oliver Sullivan

From The Editor

As a glance at the Monthly Round-Up and Lawyer Moves sections will soon demonstrate, the year has got off to a strong start for the legal practice – a theme that is reflected in many of this month’s featured articles. Our front cover story
targets many of the legal trends that we expect to see across the legal landscape as we move into 2023, from rising costs to a boom in technology. These collected trends can be found on page 12.

We are proud to feature incisive articles from a range of top-performing legal practitioners this month. Delphine Parigi begins the stories in style by sharing her thoughts on property and tax matters in France and internationally (page 18), while a team of experts from Loyens & Loeff bring a close analysis of post-Brexit restructuring proceedings in Luxembourg (page 32). We also hear from expert witnesses Jeff Martin (page 68) and Niki Sinclaire (page 62), whose exclusive interviews shed light on building envelope construction and client mobility solutions. All make for informative and highly engaging reads.

Beyond these, the February 2023 edition comes equipped with incisive op eds touching upon some of the most interesting facets of the legal scene. Our talented guest authors speak on topics ranging from ADR in Singapore to advice for Swiss prosecutors and defence attorneys, coupled with our usual array of news and appointments – and more predictions for 2023 that take aim at the Scottish legal market. Whatever your area of specialisation, we expect that you will
find many points of interest within this month’s offerings.

We hope that you enjoy this edition!

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