Get off my land, Herbies

November 2012
Lawyer (Online Edition);11/19/2012, p4
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The article offers information on the plan of Herbert Smith LLP to establish its law firm, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP on the land of Northern Ireland. The company's this act may attract legal oppositions from Australia. Currently, Herbert Smith LLP is looking forward towards introducing a pilot scheme which will work after Herbert Smith Freehills LLP becomes operational.


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