20 January 2014

The Lawyer

  • A farewell to UK finance work

    20-Jan-2014

    For some reason the politics of King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin’s corporate department attracts extraordinary attention online from our readers.

  • Case histories

    20-Jan-2014

    While litigators look forward to a vintage year in court, we look back at what happened in the top cases of last year

  • Co-op panel: trolley mixture

    20-Jan-2014

    Co-op in-housers work to forge legal roster system that suits bank and group

  • Danger, tax change ahead

    20-Jan-2014

    The deadline for HMRC’s new partnership tax rules is closing in. Is it too late for firms to plan a safe way through?

  • Insolvency: Go for broke

    20-Jan-2014

    Restructuring firms anticipate a boom when UK interest rates get jacked up and from mandates coming from Asia

  • Ireland: The American connection

    20-Jan-2014

    Inward investment to Ireland is rising, just the tonic for its law firms

  • Law firms challenge uniformity

    20-Jan-2014

    Freshfields, Norton Rose make it onto Stonewall gay-friendly employers listing

  • Like a bat out of Shell

    20-Jan-2014

    Oil giant likely to look within for replacement law boss after Rees walkout shocker

  • LLP results: arrears window

    20-Jan-2014

    Mixed bag as many firms get back in the black, while one’s debt rises by 10,493%

  • Moves: 20 January 2014

    20-Jan-2014

    Move of the week

  • Taiwan: Smart island

    20-Jan-2014

    International law firms are moving in to exploit the global hi-tech hub

  • The Guardian legal chief: Keeping guard

    20-Jan-2014

    Guardian legal chief Gill Phillips balances protecting the newspaper from legal action across the globe with finding ways to get stories such as WikiLeaks out to the public