Over 200 in-house counsel and private practitioners converged on The Dorchester in London on March 23 for the 14th annual IFLR European awards. Linklaters was the big winner on the night, scooping the International Law Firm of the Year prize for the second year running and bringing back home the debt and equity-linked, structured finance and securitisation, and restructuring team of the year awards. This year IFLR introduced two new awards: lifetime achievement and regulatory contribution. Allen & Overy’s Philip Wood was a popular choice for the former, and FSA general counsel Andrew Whittaker was a deserving winner of the latter.
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