Several billion-dollar deals and a number of landmark cases characterised workflows for offshore firms in the third quarter of 2014
Offshore players have high hopes of Singapore but for now the work is limited, so increased competition could stymie firms’ growth
Given the growth in the amount of data businesses create and store, it’s a good point in time to determine how companies and law firms are working with eDiscovery and computer forensics.
Ashurst and SJ Berwin both chased Asia mergers. But did they really benefit their corporate practices?
Far from being hindered by the sanctions on Russia, Kazakhstan is benefiting
With ever-more European firms opening in London, could the market be heading towards saturation?
Charlie Geffen has re-emerged as the architect for Gibson Dunn’s English law capability – an ideal role for the committed internationalist. But why Gibson, and how does he really feel about Ashurst’s thwarted US plans?
Investment promises to pick up when Bulgaria sails into calmer political waters, but that’s not the only attraction for its firms and an international newcomer
A study published recently by PwC looking at the global state of information security shows that many organisations lack both clear leadership and strategies for tackling the security threats they face.
Company directors who design and pursue a lawful transaction designed to remove from the company hefty future obligations do not conspire to defraud those who might be financially affected by their doing so.
Desmond Browne QC, James Price QC and Gavin Millar QC, royalty of the libel bar, are going head to head in what is certainly the libel trial of the year.
Your partners hate you, your clients are deserting you - welcome to the world of the managing partner.
Pompous, paranoid, deluded – just three of the things managing partners definitely are not.
Last month’s Excalibur ruling could have far-reaching implications for third-party funders.
For both SJ Berwin and Ashurst the lure of an Asia deal was irresistible.