Mergers in the legal world are not rare and they may yet become commonplace.
The UK needs a light touch, regulatory regime focused on virtual currency exchanges.
Northern cities will need more than token devolved power to become an economic powerhouse
The case of a ‘house husband’ being granted leave to appeal to the Court of Appeal over a financial settlement in divorce proceedings has re-opened the gender argument in family proceedings.
Law is in the vanguard of change when it comes to promoting diversity in the workplace, but much remains to be done in the office and beyond.
Top tips for lawyers looking at going freelance.
The key to new year’s resolutions is to rein in your ambitions in the first place.
The convergence of several financial issues in January underline the perils of being thinly capitalised.
The debate about the future of Scotland’s constitution is dragging on.
The Rolling Stones were in the press recently, after leaked court documents revealed confidential medical information on the band members.
The Court of Appeal (CoA) has granted permission for the Law Society to challenge a recent High Court decision over Government reforms to the criminal legal aid regime.
Mishcon de Reya has become the latest top 50 firm to gain an ABS licence, some six months after lodging its application with the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority (SRA).
Hogan Lovells and Erskine Chambers have secured a Court of Appeal (CoA) judgment requiring Russian tycoon Sergei Pugachev to disclose information about discretionary trusts established in New Zealand, setting a precedent in cases involving freezing orders.
US firm Paul Hastings has posted a 6.3 per cent increase in revenue in its year-end financial results for 2014, growing from $941m to $1bn (£649m).
As the UK contract lawyers market goes into overdrive, the CEO of A&O’s flexible resourcing arm is staying ahead of the curve – watch out world.
Clifford Chance’s top of equity pay lags behind its peers yet partners have so far resisted change. They may not for much longer.
Generation Y law students have distinct career priorities and progressive values. They aren’t seduced by traditional recruitment campaigns, which has prompted a flurry of firm branding overhauls – with varying success.
More firms than ever are choosing to outsource work out of London to save costs. Outsourcing companies, however, still have a part to play.