Ashurst LLP is a multinational law firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom and a member of the ‘Silver Circle’ of leading UK law firms. Ashurst is the UK’s 11th largest law firm by revenue, according to the latest Legal 100 table by Legal Business.It has 28 offices in 16 countries across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America and employs around 1,700 legal advisers.
Its principal business focus is mergers and acquisitions, corporate and structured finance. The firm also has practices in other areas including investment funds, antitrust, energy, transport and infrastructure, intellectual property, IT, dispute resolution, financial services, tax, real estate, regulatory, telecommunication and employment.
A leading international law firm with world class capability
With our technical expertise, local knowledge and international network, we deliver an experience for our clients that other professional service providers find hard to match. And we are committed to being a sustainable global law firm, having positive impacts for our clients, employees, profession, the environment and the communities in which we are based.
Global coverage from our international network
We have an international network of 25 offices in 15 countries, allowing us to provide help and advice to clients across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. With more than 1,600 partners and lawyers working across 10 different time zones, we are able to respond to our clients wherever and whenever they need us.
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Residents angry that Arriva North West is to cut 313 bus service in Ashurst, Skelmersdale
RESIDENTS have reacted with anger that Arriva North West has taken the decision to withdraw the 313 bus service serving the Ashurst area of Skelmersdale as of July 23. At present the 313 is the only local bus route that serves the estates around Ashurst.
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Ben Jones-Bishop scores brilliant treble as Wakefield win in France
The Bolton News
Walsh added the conversion to reduce Wakefield's lead. In the 52nd minute, Wakefield forced a goal-line drop-out, Grix's kick forced dead by Bosc. From the drop-out, the ball was sent to the left, where Jacob Miller fed Matty Ashurst to run a great ...