Simple. Or is it?
Senior Associate Laura St-Gallay joined RIAA Barker Gillette (UK) LLP in 2010. Before that, she worked at Shoosmiths and BP Collins. Laura specialises in commercial and residential property litigation as well as construction litigation. Further, a substantial part of her practice covers commercial, civil and insolvency litigation. Laura focuses on providing commercially driven solutions through […]
Artists in residence: Firstly, what is CSR? Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to RIAA Barker Gillette’s community initiatives which aim to help and assist members of society on a pro bono basis (to you and me that means for free).
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Time for a rethink?
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