Europe matters – how is a turbulent eurozone affecting offshore law firms?
As the prospect of further turmoil in the eurozone and the twin spectre of a possible Grexit or Brexit cloud the horizon in Europe, Caroline Thorpe asks how this affects offshore law firms
Another grey Monday in late January. For Hughie Wong, a partner in the London office of Walkers, it is the morning after the night before. He is not alone. The previous day the Greeks had gone to the polls and voted into government Syriza, the radical-left party whose anti-austerity agenda risks the country exiting the euro, stoking instability throughout the European Union (EU).
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