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Tax evasion allegations and the uncapping of the Swiss franc have kept the country in the headlines recently, but it’s all good for lawyers.
Banking and finance clients are in the crosshairs of the cyber criminals, and they are relying on law firms to keep their data safe.
Be strong and think fast are the rules if you want to succeed in this troubled region. The shortlisted firms for our European awards show the way.
Brought in to guide DLA Piper through a major strategic shake-up, Tony Angel was never going to win everyone’s favour, but what do the facts say about his legacy?
April’s pensions reforms give UK pensioners wider choice but employers face greater responsibility over schemes. Firms must be ready with the right advice.
The march of the machines is making this an exciting time for the world of knowledge management – but are law firms keeping up?
Our essential guide to the top legal outfits south of the Sahara advising on private equity
Behind the Law
Baker & McKenzie China, Vietnam and Korea office managing partner Milton Cheng believes the change in law has sparked interest in PRC law from other international firms.
The Green Party has called for legislation aimed at protecting pedestrians and cyclists. Is now the right time?
When Gibson Dunn & Crutcher reported itself to the SRA last month it was sending a clear message: we’re acting decisively, quickly and we’re on top of this nightmare.
Labour’s non-dom plans could damage the UK’s status as a great place to move to and do business.
Nearly four years after DLA Piper hired Tony Angel, the former Linklaters managing partner is calling it quits.
Britain punches above its weight thanks to its cosmopolitan outlook, and law firms head the trend. But equality closer to home remains our flaw.
Gender diversity data suggests it’s time to change the value system.