EU directive stalls
Services directive hits the buffers; lawyers in Ireland face radical shake-up; London firms limit negligence claims; and US firms clamp down on equity - plus this month's movers and shakers. Alex Novarese and Antony Collins report
For deal lawyers jaundiced by the scores of pro-market European Union (EU) directives that have been sabotaged or ditched entirely, last year’s unveiling of plans for a flagship services directive generated minimal excitement.
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