8 July 2013
Yes, beware German liquidators, but also be aware of the range of their rights and responsibilities
Leaving the EU would be bad for British business and bad for the UK legal profession
Early figures show plenty of top firms upping their turnover
Real estate was one of the first areas of law to be hit by the economic downturn. In fact, even before the collapse of Lehman, the rot had begun to seep in. Now, having sat back and watched other areas of the economy recover, commercial property lawyers are finally finding they have something to celebrate.
Patricia Walsh is the global chief HR officer at Squire Sanders. She has previously held roles at Hammonds and Bupa.
Ece Gürsoy, legal officer at solar power generator Lightsource, jumped ship from private practice in search of professional fulfilment – and found it
Heathcliff-like, Lupton Fawcett is poised to bestride Yorkshire’s broad acres
Luxembourg’s core funds industry is serving the country and its lawyers well
Move of the week Turnbull
Norton Rose Fulbright’s expansionist strategy is based on strong leadership by CEO Peter Martyr – too strong for some
New ways for private equity to invest in the UK legal sector are emerging as the market reaches “a point of maturity”, according to a recent seminar for potential investors hosted by Armstrong Transaction Services.
With a stabilising political system, the outlook for Romania’s law firms is good
Our family laws are too outdated to effectively deal with the implications of three-parent IVF
Showing admirable innovation in gruelling economic times, our shortlist of teams slug it out for the most prestigious law firm management accolades in the business
The Snowden affair is more about private contractors than surveillance, or even whistleblowing
An interesting paper put out recently by Laura Empson, professor at Cass Business School is doing the rounds. It focuses on the ambiguities of law firm leadership.