15 October 2012
How George Osborne’s employee-owner contracts could reduce workers’ engagement with businesses
Agreements; Aluminium; Intimidation; Oil companies; Profits; Russia; Shares Berezovsky v Abramovich.  EWHC 2463 (Comm). Gloster, J. 31 August 2012
With client-friendly funding arrangements making their mark, the litigation world is going through a busy and transformational period
Making the most of your office space is a management priority these days, as exclusive new data in the UK 200 reveals
Thousands of lawyers descended on Dublin last week for the annual International Bar Association conference. Of course, The Lawyer was there too, to bring you the inside knowledge
Immigration is a topic that dominates both political debate and news coverage, but what have the changes to immigration law in the UK meant for immigration lawyers?
Land Rover v Revenue and Customs Commissioners.  UKFTT 562 (TC). Christopher Jenkins; Judge Kevin Poole. 06 September 2012
Partners may not like it, but new banking rules will affect their borrowings
Morrison & Foerster has boosted its Tokyo practice with a number of finance hires from the Toyko office of US firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom.
Scandinavian firms are showing the way and making the most of their jurisdictions’ relatively benign macroeconomic environment
There are good reasons why jurisdictions such as Jersey are seeing more disputes coming before the courts
Million-dollar rewards for whistleblowers could see them approach the authorities before their companies
Barnet and Harrow councils have merged their legal teams, and keeping things on track is head of legal Jessica Farmer
Whatever happened to the BAE-EADS deal, the lawyers were going to be okay
The time of your life? It’s not likely to be at work
Eversheds boss Bryan Hughes talks about leadership in a global downturn
Mexico is becoming a land of opportunity and lawyers from all over the world are looking at ways to get a piece of the action
Do you know how much money your property generates? Or, to be more precise, how much revenue per square foot of your firm’s real estate your fee-earners are churning out?
Energy companies should consider the SPV route in light of the China-Japan island rights disputes