Leeds has taken a harder knock from the slump than its regional peers, with firm headcounts falling behind Manchester. But rejuvenation plans are brewing
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ABSs arrived just two years ago but their impact on the profession is already deep. In a pre-Awards debate, our shortlisters discuss the rough and smooth of the transition
Northern Ireland’s economy has picked up and work levels with it. Lawyers can almost taste the possibilities from much lower corporation tax
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The big auditors are targeting the legal sector again, and this time the mid-market had better be prepared
A storm is brewing in the litigation funding market as questions are raised over the source of Argentum’s financial capital. Now the funder has exited the Association of Litigation Funders. Reporter Kate Beioley investigates.
Morgan Cole and Blake Lapthorn have finally decided that three’s a crowd and, after months of flirting with Boyes Turner, gone ahead with a traditional two-way merger.
Debt can kill a firm but it can also fund ambition. Our first-ever market snapshot shows firms in the UK 200 getting into it in a big way
Facing a barrage of swingeing spending cuts, local government lawyers are adamant they will emerge stronger than ever
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The energy minister has invited applications for licences in the 14th Landward Licensing Round.
Scotland’s Burness Paull has bolstered its corporate finance practice with the addition of MacRoberts partner Robert Burns.
Mishcon de Reya will pay over £66,000 in damages and interest to a former client after partially losing a professional negligence case in the High Court.
Clifford Chance has led on property investment company Blackstone’s £320m acquisition of 125 Old Broad Street from Brookfield Property Partners.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has agreed a £1.5m out of court settlement with Robert Tchenguiz, bringing a final close to its £300m battle with the two brothers.
UK reshoring is a catalyst for economic growth but a national policy is also vital
Partner remuneration should contribute to a positive culture and transparent business practices, not be fixated on PEP
With 12 months to go before the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary, Jonathan Black makes the case for justice.