25 November 2013
With the recent demise of Manches, we examine the auditors and the complex task of determining a firm’s health
The University of Law (UoL) has boosted infrastructure investment tenfold since it was bought by a private equity house, figures from the institution’s first financial results since the sale was revealed.
AIFMD’s plans for alternative investment funds could create an unfair advantage in the market
With 14,000 students chasing 5,000 places, recruiters are rethinking the selection routine
India boasts key advantages over China and with a step-up in foreign investment, lawyers believe the country can overtake its Asian rival
Of all the transactional sectors projects and energy has been one of the most resilient throughout the recession.
Jeffrey Eneberi, GC at online takeaway service Just Eat, keeps the start-up fire burning among staff, even as the business mops up rival operations around the world
Lawyer exits and entrances have made for a complex cast list of firms benefitting from the redevelopment of the Battersea Power Station area
Move of the week
Lawyers have been pivotal in the preparations for the Winter Olympics and the work could go on way beyond the closing ceremony
Arbitrator makes welcome decision to disregard the long-debated salvage distinction
Commons committee pushes for tighter controls on internet piracy and slams the Hargreaves report
Some have shown great resolve in tough times, others outstanding innovation – the Continent’s star independent firms will be named and acclaimed at the industry’s top awards event in February
Stephen Smith joined Hailsham Chambers in 1975 and was made senior clerk in 1982.
Wragge & Co senior partner Quentin Poole has always considered Lawrence Graham (LG) an undervalued stock
Hogan Lovells agrees South African merger with former Eversheds ally
If you think Scottish independence will be tricky for politicians, spare a thought for pensioners
LG may have lost its original lustre but this could still be a marriage of convenience