Maples and Calder is pleased to announce the launch of a new
legal guides service, allowing interested parties easy access to
the firm's expertly written legal guides covering a wide range
of key issues and legal considerations relevant to each of our
practice areas and jurisdictions.
Guides may be ordered directly from the Maples and Calder
website, which already boasts close to 150 guides. Many of
the guides are available in both Simplified and Traditional
Chinese, and the offering will continue to expand over the course
of the next 12 months with the inclusion of Irish-specific
Global Managing Partner, Henry Smith commented, "We are
really pleased to see this come to fruition and, with the demand
we've received already from clients, we look forward to
expanding our legal guides service in the near future."
Please visit our Legal Guides page to learn more and to access
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