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1314 ABA Journal Europe articles.

British Sailors Can’t Sell Their Stories

Britain has done an about-face about allowing 15 marines and sailors recently held captive in Iran to sell their stories.

Reversing a highly controversial decision, the government announced today that…

3 Charged in London Terror Bombings

Three men have been charged by British authorities in the four July 7, 2005 suicide attacks on three London Underground trains and a bus. The attacks killed 52 people.

Embarrassing E-Mail Sent to Entire Firm

Employees of some of the U.K.’s biggest law firm have a track record of accidentally sending embarrassing e-mails to their entire firms. A member of the support staff of 578-lawyer…

Record Partner Promotions at UK Firms

With the mergers-and-acquisitions business booming, London’s largest law firms are naming more partners this year than last, with many major firms promoting record numbers.

Linklaters, Eversheds, DLA Piper and Pinsent…

Feeling the Heat

The Growing Debate Over Climate Change Takes on Legal Overtones

The Right Fit

The CEELI Institute Is Right at Home in a Renovated Mansion in Prague

Culture Clash

Other Countries Don’t Embrace Sarbanes or America’s Reverence of Whistle-Blowers

Playing by the Rule of Law

Serbia Has to Show It’s Serious About Judicial Independence to Gain Entry into the European Union

Vive les Class Actions

Europe Is Showing More Interest in Legal Mechanisms That Have Come Under Fire in the United States

Old Continent, New Deal

The European Union Is Developing a Body of Law That Will Have a Major Impact on U.S. Businesses