Nature of practice and clients
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is a global law firm with a long-standing track record of successfully supporting the world's leading national and multinational corporations, financial institutions and governments on ground-breaking and business-critical mandates.
With over 2,800 lawyers located across 27 offices in 16 countries, we support our clients wherever they need through our own offices and alongside leading local firms throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the US. In Italy, Freshfields established its practice in 1997 and now has two offices, in Milan and Rome, and more than 100 lawyers.
Our firm is a single, integrated organisation, meaning that we offer a uniformity of quality that sets us apart. Our lawyers, many of whom are recognised as leaders in their field, provide the highest quality legal advice and a comprehensive service, based on deep local market knowledge and understanding of clients' situation.
Our practice is broadly based, with substantial knowledge and experience in corporate and commercial law, banking and finance, real estate, tax, administrative and environmental, antitrust and competition, employment and dispute resolution (including arbitration). Our professionals have extensive experience and understanding of many industry sectors, including financial services and private equity, telecoms, media & technology, consumer products and retail, leisure, infrastructure and transport and chemicals.
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- Transactions and practices: International merger notification
- Ad hoc arbitration in China: note
- Hong Kong: ad hoc arbitration clause and drafting notes
- Protecting employee intellectual property in China
- China and Hong Kong: waiver of sovereign immunity note
- Employees: Germany: International acquisitions
- Enforcing arbitration awards in China
- Resolving disputes in China through arbitration
- CIETAC arbitration clause (longer form adapted from standard recommended clause) and drafting notes
- Public mergers and acquisitions in Italy: overview