The June 2014 issue of the CEE Legal Matters magazine will be published and sent out to subscribers next week. As always with the publication of a new issue, the electronic version of articles from the previous issue will be taken from behind the pay-wall and made freely accessible to subscribers and non-subscribers alike.
So, with the publication of the June 2014 issue, non-subscribers can finally find out what they missed in April. The April Market Spotlight, Experts Review, The Frame, The Legal Ticker Transaction/Deal list, and much more, generated great attention and response. Now non-subscribers will know why.
The full electronic version of the April Issue is now available here.
The April Experts Review feature focused on Competition, with insightful, in-depth analysis from experts across CEE on Competition matters in their markets. The special Guest Editorial was written by the Managing Partner of the St. Petersburg office of Egorov Puginsky Afanasiev & Partners, and the April Inside Insight feature was an interview with Turkish lawyer Ece Gursoy, the Chief Legal Officer at Lightsource Renewable Energy, Limited, in England.
The April Market Spotlight was on Romania, for instance, and it included a revelatory exploration and analysis of Romanian bar limitations on law firm advertising, a guest editorial from the Managing Partner of DLA Piper in Bucharest, interviews with Clifford Chance Badea's Perry Zizzi and Schoenherr's Dianele Iacona, and a profile of Gheorghe Buta, Deputy Managing Partner at Musat & Associates, on his leadership of the country's leading Litigation practice.
There's much more. Subscribers enjoyed Part I of a special CEE Legal Matters report on Women in Partnership across CEE, with comprehensive data from leading firms in each CEE market. (Part II will appear in the June issue of the CEE Legal Matters magazine). Other features included a conversation with senior lawyers in Austria on why the biggest regional law firms in CEE prefer to stay out of Russia, and a discussion with senior lawyers in the Czech Republic about how their firms survived the global financial crisis.
And there's still more. The April issue featured a report from Sayenko Kharenko on how the only Ukrainian firm with a Crimea Desk is negotiating the troubled times in that region, how a Hungarian law professor created his nation's first accredited LL.M. program, and how a Brazilian law firm has begun expanding its reach across Europe.
And there's still more.
Non-subscribers should enjoy these articles – these CEE Legal Matters – as much as subscribers did, two months ago. But why sit on the side-lines while others jump ahead? Be in the know, in the now. Subscribe today to get the June issue fresh off the presses.