23 Sept 2013
How law firms successfully targeted places on Aviva’s panel, with go-getting GC Monica Risam calling the shots
Ignorance of anti-bribery requirements is no excuse – and it certainly won’t be bliss for slackers
Costs control is here to stay but never fear, help is at hand for counsel beginning to get the jitters
Law Society in-house grouping breaks away and spreads its wings
After a less than inspiring 2011/12, corporate lawyers had their fingers crossed for economic recovery in 2012/13. However, wishful thinking did not translate into cold, hard cash.
Lawyers in Japan could be in for a big boost after the country won the race to host the 2020 Olympics
Two deals this year have propelled the Irish pharmaceuticals sector back into the spotlight
You’d have to have spent the past few years in a hole – or sunbathing on the Cayman Islands – to have missed the heightened attention on white collar crime.
Move of the week
LSB: what the world needs now is lawyers, more lawyers
Recent legislative changes are an attempt to stop Russian disputes being heard in foreign courts
Slater & Gordon is on the brink of the consumer law big-time
A £100m courtroom victory – and at a slice of expected costs – is a pretty good way for Standard Life general counsel Malcolm Wood to prove the value of his team
What do Aviva GC Monica Risam and Standard Life GC Malcolm Wood have in common?