4 June 2012
Abundant natural resources and a stable legal system make going into Mongolia a no-brainer
Male or female, corporate or finance and size of firm all influence your chances of making partner at a big UK firm. The Lawyer provides a comprehensive breakdown of the factors in play
AMP solicits international panel contenders to augment Asian offensive
Are you female? Do you want to be a corporate partner? Then train at a top City firm and move elsewhere for partnership.
While acknowledging the potential for work from Cyprus’s gas discovery, the republic’s ties to Greece are a big cause for concern
Rolls Building fanfare shocked into silence as electrics give up the ghost
Forcing shareholders to exercise their rights of stewardship may sound good, but is not without difficulties
Eurozone chaos allied to UK economic weakness could hit firms’ ability to access the funding they need
Allen & Overy (A&O) is to launch two offices in Vietnam after hiring Dao Nguyen, Mayer Brown JSM’s managing partner in the country.
As UBS’s first Asia-Pacific general counsel, Kevin Wilkey is rekindling his love affair with Hong Kong, a land of opportunity and increasing competition
Sale of Moscow and Almaty offices almost scotched due to freeze on Dewey’s assets
Jon Preston joined SGH Martineau in 1987 as part of the support function, later becoming marketing assistant, senior manager and then director.
The Facebook class action may change the way brokers communicate with their clients
The careful management of wealth for future generations is a hot topic for the well-off, with private client lawyers at the heart of the decision-making
Freshfields unveils plan to address lack of female partnership candidates