Dedicated issues

AsiaPac 150

Asia Pacific 150 2014: Year of the indie

30-Jun-2014 | By Yun Kriegler

After the first flush of enthusiasm, international firms are reassessing their position in Asia Pacific, while the locals go for growth 

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Japan: outward and upward

30-Jun-2014

With the 2020 Olympics in the bag and record-breaking outbound investment, the legal market has put in a strong performance for 2014 so far

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India: Modi operandi

30-Jun-2014 | By Margaret Taylor

Political chaos has deterred foreign investors, but lawyers hope new prime minister Narendra Modi can create a more business-friendly environment

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The Lawyer Management Guide 2014

Finance

Finance: Fixed Ideas

30-Jun-2014

Finance teams are transforming firms’ pricing models while remaining profitable, as budgets remain firmly on the client agenda

Business Development & marketing

Business development & marketing: Divide and rule

30-Jun-2014

Marketing and BD teams need to sell lower-cost or disaggregated legal services to clients – both external and internal

Human Resources & talent management

HR & talent management: Bending the rules

30-Jun-2014

Recruiting, managing and incentivising a flexible workforce may be challenging, but both the firm and the individual benefit

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European 100 2014

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The European 100 2014: Seeds of change

12-May-2014 | By Joanne Harris

It’s been a hard slog, but European firms are finally growing, with combined turnover up by €200m to hit €8.2bn in 2013

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The European 100 2014: Global calling

12-May-2014

For the first time, The European 100 takes a look at the international firms operating in Europe

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The European 100 2014, firms 1-5

12-May-2014

INDEX Garrigues Fidal Loyens & Loeff Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira Hengeler Mueller

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Cyber Security 2013

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Cyber security: Lawyers are the weakest link

28-Oct-2013 | By Jonathan Ames

With threats ranging from hacktivists to Chinese spies, it’s time for law firms to get their data security act together

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Cyber security: A warning from the watchdog

28-Oct-2013 | By Jonathan Ames

Lawyers are among the most vulnerable to information breaches, according to the Information Commissioner’s Office

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Cyber security: In search of cyber confidence

28-Oct-2013

Work with cyber threats rather than being paralysed by them, says CSC’s Sam Visner

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Overview: The business case

31-Mar-2014 | By Joanne Harris

A dynamic new generation of sub-Saharan lawyers is helping to guide the continent towards economic expansion

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South Africa: Down and clout

31-Mar-2014 | By Margaret Taylor, Joanne Harris

South Africa’s status as the biggest and most developed legal market in the continent means it is still the destination of choice for foreign tie-ups

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Southern Africa: Neighbourhood watch

31-Mar-2014 | By Joanne Harris

Often overshadowed by their bigger and more affluent neighbour South Africa, the southern states of the continent are starting to show their mettle

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Futurology 2013

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The year the future arrived

16-Dec-2013 | By Catrin Griffiths

In September this year The Lawyer devoted an entire issue to futurology. What would the legal profession look like in 2020? We made specific predictions around UK market consolidation and law firm collapses, a radical change in resourcing structures and growing demands from in-house lawyers.

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Back to the future: Looking back to 2008 video

2-Sep-2013

How did leading figures see the market of 2013 emerging?

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2018: ABSs to dominate insurance sector video

2-Sep-2013

Within a decade there will be three global insurance firms dominating  the sector

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