29 April 2013
Australian boards should put foreign bids under the microscope to avoid a repeat of the Sundance saga
‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy avoids rows among firms’ complex overseas networks
If the judiciary can’t keep pace with technology, US-style closeted juries will become the norm
Using the ABS structure to deliver council legal services? Creative thinking indeed, but Lambeth director of governance Mark Hynes is pondering it
A hit with in-housers, litigation boutiques are keeping the bar buzzing
This week’s legal market moves.
Offshore firms are not letting proposed regulatory changes to the legal profession put them off opening offices in the British Virgin Islands
A round-up of some of the most prominent mandates that have been keeping offshore lawyers busy
Copyright lawyers want legislation reformed and simplified to create a level playing field for movie distribution channels
The trainee intake model has reached critical point with shrinking business opportunities compounded by high training costs
Firm promises ‘elite’ operation in Germany - that’ll be smaller then
Restricting the judicial review process is a constitutional matter and has nothing to do with cutting red tape
Amanda Illing, chief executive officer
‘Quality assurance’ for criminal advocates is an expensive waste of time
As UK firms expand globally, are City promotion prospects on the wane?