HH Partners shines in international rankings

The success, lawyers and quality of law firms is compared and ranked regularly by various international publications. Such publications include e.g. Best Lawyers, Chambers Europe, Who’s Who Legal and Legal 500. The classifications by fields of law and the review methods of the publications vary, but it is common to the publications that the information on lawyers and law firms is collected from their customers, competitors and other law firms.

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HH Partners Attends TAGLaw International Conference in Scotland

The Future of Europe, Energy Industry Outlook, and Cross-border Dispute Resolution are among the topics covered. HH PARTNERS represented by its partner Miika Erkkilä recently attended TAGLaw’s 32nd international conference in Edinburgh, Scotland. The conference, which took place on May 4-6, 2015, provided TAGLaw® members with the opportunity to strengthen the relationships they create within the alliance of more than 150 law firms from around the world. Also in attendance at the conference were members of TAGLaw’s affiliate alliances, TIAG® (The International Accounting Group) and TAG-SP™. All three alliances are collectively known as the TAG Alliances™.

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HH Partners’ Legal Alliance Recognized as ‘Elite’ in International Rankings

Chambers & Partners ranks TAGLaw among the top legal alliances in the world. St. Petersburg, Florida, USA / Helsinki, Finland (March 20, 2015) – HH Partners’ international alliance, TAGLaw®, was recently ranked by Chambers & Partners as an “Elite” legal alliance in the publication’s annual Global rankings guide. As an independent member of TAGLaw, HH Partners can provide its clients with access to high quality legal, accounting and financial representation around the world.

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Creative Commons 4.0 licenses translated into Finnish with the assistance of the experts at HH Partners

The official Finnish translation of the international Creative Commons 4.0 license family has been published. The translation is the first translation worldwide of the new license family. The English license texts have been translated into Finnish in the copyright advice project of the University of the Arts, Helsinki, and financed by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture. The Finnish translation was done by Attorney-at-law, Partner Martin von Willebrand, Associate Henri Tanskanen and Authorized Translator Liisa Laakso-Tammisto / IDE Oy Translation Agency. The translation work has been directed by Copyright Attorney Maria Rehbinder of the University of the Arts, Helsinki, and cooperation with the Creative Commons organization has been coordinated by Researcher Tarmo Toikkanen of Aalto University. From the left: Maria Rehbinder, Martin von Willebrand, Tarmo Toikkanen, Henri Tanskanen and Liisa Laakso-Tammisto. Photo by Mikko Säteri, CC BY 4.0

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Expertise in Open Technologies at HH Partners

In its communication, HH Partners, Attorneys-at-law, now distinguishes open technologies as a specific area of expertise. The open technologies practice forms a part of the wider technology practice of HH Partners. “For some time now, we have been receiving a clear message from our clients: it is hard to find high-quality legal expertise in questions related to open technologies, and the know-how of HH Partners in the field is highly valued,” says Martin von Willebrand…

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HH Partners Attends TAGLaw International Conference in Hong Kong

HH Partners recently attended TAGLaw’s 31st international conference in Hong Kong. The conference, which took place on October 20 through 22nd, provided TAGLaw® members with the opportunity to strengthen the relationships they create within the alliance of more than 150 law firms from around the world. “This was an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues around the world and to present our firm…

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Article: Legal Tools in Creation of an Open Source Business

The legal rules often play a key role when it comes to business models in software businesses and notably in free and open source software projects. This is particularly true when the project owner wants to maintain some level of control over the software and the project itself. The balance between control and freedom is achieved by legal tools and policies, such as licenses, compliance policies, contracts, trademarks, organization rules, contribution policies, only to name a few.

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