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.
Two very different judgments confirm what many lawyers have known for years about information law.
Following the Papworth Hospital PFI deal, the last ever, what has PFI achieved and which new financing models are emerging?
Few lawyers have a ready answer to my favourite question, but they should.
The commoditisation of artificial intelligence means many areas of the lawyer’s trade are at risk – including the ‘creative’ element.
Higher fees are likely to drive litigants away from the court and into alternative means of resolving disputes.
Disentangling meaningful tax policy changes from the rhetoric of a pre-election Budget is a mercifully infrequent pastime, says Skadden tax counsel Alex Jupp.
The law may traditionally be blind, but today’s firms should carefully consider their ethical stance when choosing which companies to act for.
Mergers in the legal world are not rare and they may yet become commonplace.
Weil Gotshal & Manges and McDermott Will & Emery have acted on the Barclay brothers’ sale of Claridges, the Berkeley and the Connaught to Qatar-owned Constellation Hotels, ending years of litigation concerning the ownership of the hotels.
Latham & Watkins has a new London managing partner in Jay Sadanandan, but like the song, the strategic direction remains the same.
Chicago-headquartered Jenner & Block, which last month confirmed its plans to open in London, is hiring three lawyers from Dechert.
The Lawyer’s first ever judging panel for the Business Leadership awards consisting exclusively of senior in-house lawyers has been unveiled today.
An initiative from The Lawyer and Berwin Leighton Paisner
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.