29 October 2012
Baker & McKenzie’s global private equity head Mark McNamara is set to leave the firm to join King & Wood Mallesons in Sydney as private equity head.
Another bump in the long and winding road to $6bn BTA High Court showdown
Mention of Chinese outbound investment always gets lawyers excited, so here is The Lawyer’s reality check on dealflow, highlighting Linklaters’ fantastic 2012.
Susan Mann’s experience in both the US and UK legal markets is invaluable at financial software specialist Dealogic
Tackling equal pay issues before they reach the courts just became an even
A big corruption case in Brazil is raising the profile of the justice system – and respect for the rule of law
EU challenge to Google over data use begs wider questions as volume of digital information booms
Herbert Smith is advising JJB Sports as the stricken retailer announces that it is appointing administrators.
As the scrutiny and enforcement system is streamlined, antitrust regulation is at the top of many companies’ agendasSponsored by Hobs Legal Docs
Jones Day has bolstered its Hong Kong office with the addition of M&A lawyer Chris Swift, one of three Allen & Overy (A&O) partners in Hong Kong to join new firms in recent weeks.
Reed Smith’s Hong Kong office has appointed Stephenson Harwood partner Jason Toms to its global shipping group.
Destination transparency, as Russian bank publishes law panel application results
Russian decree shows the country’s courts are still broadly biased against arbitration
If in-house cost-cutting king Nick Deeming joins one of your client companies, good luck
London looks like remaining a key location for Continental firms, which are more keen to build referral relationships than ever before
Independence may benefit Scottish law firms, but they are not holding their breath
The 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics are a springboard for sports-related legal projects, but the potential doesn’t end there
Losing track of who’s merged with whom in the UK legal market? Our handy guide to the key tie-ups of the past 18 months will help
Richard Greer has been the contact centre manager at Manchester-headquarted Colemans-ctts for 13 months. He is responsible for handling the initial stages of client -contact, and joined from outsourcing provider Arvato, where he was head of operations.
Ever wondered why women are so under-represented in the upper ranks of law firms when so many continue to enter the profession at the junior level?