The world’s leading litigation and investigations practices are responding to the challenge set by globally co-ordinated and ultra-aggressive regulators.
The second The Lawyer and BLP roundtable event allows GCs to identify what advice would have been particularly useful during the first few years of their in-house career GC2B is an initiative from The Lawyer and Berwin Leighton Paisner
The Ukraine crisis has raised questions over which rule of law to follow, but the flight of international investors is giving local firms an advantage.
Internationalisation of South Africa’s legal market is continuing apace as firms seek to exploit opportunities throughout the region
Cyprus is still in recession, but it looks as though Russia’s favourite island will revive more quickly than was thought likely.
North Africa is swiftly becoming a hub for investment into the rest of the continent.
Document management technology is upping lawyers’ efficiency, but it presents challenges of its own in terms of data security
The Middle Eastern market is lucrative, but for international firms business nuances are tricky. To guide you through, The Lawyer has researched the region and the legal players to collaborate with. Here’s a taster of our findings
Newly elected Narendra Modi’s commitment to domestic change, along with world economic trends, promise to make India attractive to investors again
Behind the Law
The life sciences sector is generating millions of pounds of revenue for lawyers despite the worldwide decline in healthcare budgets and stringent regulation worldwide. With regulators closing in and costs climbing higher – is the bubble set to burst?
We finish 2014 with our analysis of the global litigation and investigations market – the Global Litigation Top 50.
Let your most awful clients go and bug someone else – they cost you far more than they’re worth.
What are the challenges facing incoming managing partners?
A lot of things unite in-house lawyers. Overwork is one; lack of resources is another.
Technological innovations and clients’ collaborative business practices are infiltrating law, giving independent local outfits a boost
The growing conflagration over the investigation by world football governing body FIFA into the awarding of hosting rights for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups increasingly looks like a textbook case of how not to conduct an ethics probe.