...contracted with Pavil to ship approximately 4,050 cases of cheese from Piraeus, Greece to a warehouse in Chatsworth, California, for delivery to two customers...
The owner of a ship that was damaged by the Tamil Tigers cannot recover damages in a lawsuit accusing an insurance broker of buying the wrong type of insurance for the ship, a Manhattan Commercial Di
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...National Bank of Greece SA and Piraeus Bank SA have secured sufficient backing from private investors for their capital...
Shearman & Sterling announced Tuesday it plans to close its 31-lawyer D?sseldorf and nine-lawyer Munich outposts by year-end amid what the firm describes as a softening market for high-end legal serv
...sector picked up significantly. The Greek Competition Authority approved concentrations such as Piraeus/ ATE, Alpha/ Emporiki, and Piraeus/ Geniki. Most recently, a merger between the...
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Reed Smith has opened an office in Houston with 17 lawyers, including 12 partners who came from seven firms in Texas. The lawyers joined Reed Smith in Houston, beginning on Jan. 15, but the Pittsburg
...sent out Monday. Reed Smith has had an office in Piraeus, Greece, since 2007, when it merged with 250-lawyer, London-based firm...
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