21 May 2012
…with no kisses (or bust-ups) as Salans and SNR Denton stall on getting hitched
The ECJ is about to ramp up the pressure on air carriers, opening the door to more compensation claims
This year’s The Lawyer Awards Barrister of the Year shortlist is a picture of variety, with contestants ranging from media stars to shy, retiring clever-clogs.
Russian lawyers scent a rosier future as transparency and stability top the political agenda
Stand up, you lawyers who would rather be brickies - we know you’re out there
As firms look to slim their equity, Clifford Chance is poised to catch up its rivals, or even overtake them
Hong Kong and Singapore are shaping up to woo China arbitrations away from London
DPP?guidelines on when a journalist can use the public interest defence should help cases stay out of court
IT services are all about the cloud these days, but what’s the attraction and what are the legal risks?
Farrers continues with ’compromise’ senior partner solution
As football clubs become more businesslike, in-house lawyers have become more important. Man City’s legal head reveals how his turbulent year has culminated in victory
An offer that did not specify a period of not less than 21 days, or any period, in compliance with Civil Procedure Rule r.36.2(2)(c) was not a Part 36 offer.
Daily deals website LivingSocial is growing fast, and choosing the right team of lawyers to help it develop is a vital part of legal chief Rob Miller’s job
DLA Piper develops brisk management style to help it through growing pains
Devika Khanna has joined Clyde & Co as a partner in its international arbitration team.
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) has been the world’s largest bourse by deal volume for the past three years.
High-profile disputes emphasise the importance of IT companies developing novel solutions
Is it surprising that Alison Eddy, Irwin Mitchell’s highly rated clinical negligence head and newly anointed London managing partner, is the first woman to hold a regional managing partner role at the firm? Probably not.
Casually dressed lawyers in Japan, that paragon of formality? Surely not.