The gargantuan BT Sport-Uefa football deal was all the work of each side’s in-housers – private practice take note
Cyprus is on a tough road to recovery but Russian money is still flowing in, cementing the strong relationship between the two countries
The effects of recent changes to civil litigation are only just beginning to be felt, but barristers in the regions have several reasons to be cheerful
The government’s tougher stance on corruption has triggered investigations into multinationals’ practices and spurred a market for compliance advice
Speechly Bircham must look back to 2009/10 with an air of nostalgia. Back then the firm pulled off a merger with Campbell Hooper to boost revenue by 37 per cent, to £58.4m. The tie-up also helped the firm’s average profit per equity partner (PEP) to rocket by 29 per cent, from £331,000 to £428,000.
India boasts key advantages over China and with a step-up in foreign investment, lawyers believe the country can overtake its Asian rival
Lawyers have been pivotal in the preparations for the Winter Olympics and the work could go on way beyond the closing ceremony
Freshfields and the London Stock Exchange have had a long and close association. Here’s how they keep things alive
A round-up of some of the most prominent corporate and litigation work that has been keeping offshore lawyers busy
The debate over Scotland’s future has developed with last week’s guide to independence.
You’re an in-house lawyer outside London. Your usual external law firm is spending less time on you but wants to bill you more.
New research highlights the impact of Government cuts on lawyers entering criminal practice
Tax investigations lawyers have the skills to unpick fraud cases - just ask Al Capone
The Young divorce case raises serious questions for big money family battles
Wragge & Co senior partner Quentin Poole has always considered Lawrence Graham (LG) an undervalued stock