12 March 2012
Firm not resting on its laurels with Continuous Improvement initiative
Inner Temple spearheads social mobility initiative for university graduates
The ECJ says fixture lists are not protected by copyright - a decision that could cost leagues dear
Lawyer 2B Careers Day attendees see social background as biggest barrier to profession
Two recent casesshow why privacy injunctions must be approached with care
Every year in Westminster Hall a small group of honorary QCs line up to get an award alongside the real ones.
It’s time to make the honorary QC system more transparent or rethink the whole idea
Campaign against bank’s roster cull gathers steam
As competition remains fierce in the City, there are many reasons why lawyers are looking north.
The copyright in film footage of a skydive over Mount Everest was owned jointly by the cameraman who had shot the footage and the person who had financed the relevant project.
The City property market is in the doldrums, with law firms shelving expansion plans and mergers providing the main impetus for relocating.
The downturn put lateral hires on hold and prompted office closures, but internal promotions remained steady as women took the lead
Dechert has announced the appointment of a new managing partner for its London office, with employment partner Jason Butwick replacing longstanding London managing partner Steven Fogel.
The UK and Continental Europe has long presented challenges for Shearman & Sterling.
New EU rules and lawyers’ increased comfort with digital formats are sparking a sea-change in the way law firms manage their documents
As the only EU member country to have avoided recession, Poland is shaking off its old-fashioned image and seeing investors flock in
Back in the halcyon days of 2007, when the world had not yet gone to hell in a handbasket, then finance partner at Allen & Overy Jeffrey Golden, gave a speech at a conference in the Hague.
Outsourcing police functions to private companies will spark a tide of litigation
Putting a value on brand is a difficult task, but there are various ways and means
Michelle Elstein is business development (BD) director at technology and media-focused firm Olswang.
Tulkinghorn doesn’t give every charity shindig the time of day, but when he heard about Business in the Community’s Give & Gain Day, when worthies leave their day jobs and do some proper work, (which Eversheds is co-sponsoring with Lloyds Banking Group) he couldn’t hold back.
Vodafone Group already had a strong legal team when Rosemary Martin took over as general counsel, but she’s still found ways to make her mark
Strong fiduciary arm waves goodbye to law firm parent