13 Jan 2014 (HOT 100 issue)
The theme in our Hot 100 management roundtable was transformation.
The food and agribusiness industry is booming, with farmland investments offering alternatives to work in the stalled commodities sector
In Germany’s decentralised legal market, different cities have their own attractions for local and international firms looking to open an office
An increasing number of barristers are jumping ship to private practice
Firms wrestle with HMRC salaried partner proposals before April deadline
Lawyers can make a real difference when it comes to causes that matter, and the Hot 100 campaigners are a perfect example.
The corporate world has suffered its ups and downs, but these lawyers are showing how to build their firms’ corporate practices despite the downturn.
Family law cases are increasingly complex and the trio of family specialists named in the Hot 100 are examples of those leading the way.
Law firms’ finance practices have developed new ways of growing in the last few years, and these Hot 100 members have been at the forefront.
In-house counsel have become ever-more important, and those picked out in the Hot 100 are prime examples of how to lead a business’s legal team.
With innovation driving the economy, these IP and commercial specialists are making their mark.
As huge commercial cases continue to hit the headlines, Hot 100 litigators are fighting the corner for their clients.
The individuals picked out for their management skills in this year’s Hot 100 are leading the way in a rapidly-changing legal market.
With several significant real estate projects ongoing in the UK right now, these sector specialists are at the top of their game.
From cases connected to the financial crisis, to professional negligence and discrimination, this year’s list of barristers are outstanding in their fields.