Regulatory and Compliance Opinion
The year will be remembered for redundancies and consolidation, as firms looked to cut costs and reduce overheads.
A tough Middle East market means setting up an outpost there requires an alternative approach
As the US firm turns 40 in London, its strategy of expanding slowly is paying off
The ‘Chinese walls’ technique is still widely used at top firms, especially on private equity deals. Did the great M&S conflict debacle of 2004 really change anything?
The arrival of Texas firm Andrews Kurth in the UK proves how busy the oil and gas market has become. But the sector’s high level of activity has caught the eye of the European Commission
Regulatory and Compliance News
The LCIA is changing, but is it moving quickly enough?
Manchester-based Linder Myers has spent the last few years acquiring distressed assets. Now the firm is on the hunt for a rescue-merger to pull it back from the brink.
Kate Beioley talks Mandela, democracy and the rule of law with Brick Court Chambers’ latest recruit, Jeremy Gauntlett.