The global question
Cross Border Reforms
The International Bar Association (IBA) called last month for business lawyers to be allowed to advise clients in any country at any time, albeit on a temporary basis. Judging by the strength of debate sparked by the IBA’s taskforce investigating cross-border practice rights, many lawyers across the world certainly do not like rivals stepping on their turf – especially when they do not have local rights of practice.
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