18 November 2013
X Factor finalists vote on which lawyers will represent them
Finance practices’ flickering flame of hope was soon snuffed out in 2012/13, as banks remained hobbled by litigation and the glow of Asian salvation proved a false dawn. By Natalie Stanton
Freezing orders are known as the ‘nuclear’ option, so be well-prepared before applying for one
Freshfields and the London Stock Exchange have had a long and close association. Here’s how they keep things alive
GC rewards outpace private practice as competition for top lawyers intensifies
Few topics get tabloid blood racing like immigration, but are heart rates running quite so high among lawyers practising in this area?
Mr Justice Cooke reflects on trend for lawyer manipulation of statements
Graduate recruitment campaigns are moody and minimal this season
While law firm financials may be on a sounder footing, management problems abound.
Document disclosure is vital in some divorce cases, as the long and bitter Young row demonstrates
A round-up of some of the most prominent corporate and litigation work that has been keeping offshore lawyers busy
Jersey is promoting its links with the UK while shaping a stronger international role
Helping the country open up to the world is an exciting opportunity, says Singapore-based Scott Weenink, Asia GC for telecoms provider Ooredoo
Jonathan Robinson is the business development manager at Mundays. He recently joined from Bindmans, where he was head of marketing.
Even the prestigious City firms are facing challenges when it comes to recruiting the best as recession-hardened students get tempted by other institutions and with new skills on the must-have list
Companies legislation in Myanmar is set to become more investor-friendly – and it needs to
Lawyers can get involved in the fight against poverty by supporting pro bono initiatives