9 Sept 2013
In seeking to prevent tax avoidance, HMRC may restrict the development of UK professional services
Aviva completes extensive panel rejig, assigning work by jurisdiction
The minor countries of the CIS region have attracted less interest than their larger, louder neighbours but this is still a valuable region
Firm injects DAC Beachcroft team into health-focused Leeds office
Along with the other world accountancy titans, Ernst & Young is considering launching a legal arm, says its GC for UK and Ireland, Lisa Cameron
AIFMD confusion makes mediation the most efficient solution to multi-jurisdictional funds disputes
The UK is leading the way on business and human rights, but others will be following soon
As other sectors ground to a halt during the economic downturn TMT remained very much alive and kicking. But, within the growing TMT sector, how did telecoms hold up?
HowardKennedyFsi finance director Philip Mitchell joined legacy firm Finers Stephens Innocent in January 1992, having been a senior manager at KPMG from 1989. The two firms officially merged in January 2013.
While some aspects of litigation funding have failed to take off, the sector shows signs of good health
Move of the week Bremner
Panel reviews elicit many opinions, but remain the most popular way of choosing counsel.
Panel spots are disappearing and clients are demanding some dexterous hoop-jumping to secure one. So what does it take to win a place these days?
As the renewal season for professional indemnity insurance approaches, insurers see the market hardening
Slater & Gordon sets out to become the biggest name in UK consumer law
The Straight Allies initiative allows firms to reinforce positive attitudes to diversity in the workplace
Legal aid changes could have a serious impact on junior barristers
A stint in the White House is a stepping-stone to a top legal post at a global company