10 Dec 2012
Recognising that Asia doesn’t end at China and appreciating the different cultures is key to Australian progress
Qatar is preparing to host the 2022 World Cup and legal work is on the rise
What a year. 2012 was the moment when so many predictions started to be realised. Just consider the following:
Civil unrest is holding Bahrain back but lawyers believe that slow transactional work is down to more than the political situation
As long-serving boss calls it a day at soaraway Clydes, does stability equal success?
Cheap and cheerful brands threaten hourly billing model
Infrastructure finance rejig can revive market and change the way public and private sectors interact
While the amount that tax corporates are paying in the UK may be dominating the headlines at the moment, what is the outlook like for lawyers working in the tax sector?
Cyprus is mired in bailout talks yet has massive untapped gas reserves. We ask the experts how the island’s law firms are coping with this complexity
Career development and workplace issues have long been the centrepiece of The Lawyer’s reporting.
Firms under pressure from the FSA to report suspicious transactions need to consider the issue of loss liability
New regulations, technology, competitors and customer expectations are forcing law firms to adapt to change, say the industry’s leading lightsIn association with Thomson Reuters
Lack of consistent application of transfer pricing rules makes this an area ripe for international litigation