Howard Kennedy has mooted plans to move to a full-equity partnership as it kicks off an internal review of its remuneration system.
Slater & Gordon has posted UK revenue up a colossal 36 per cent to £129m just months after its £700m purchase of professional services group Quindell.
Reed Smith’s has seen its net profit jump by 11 per cent, from £58.4m to £64.9m for the year ending December 2014.
EY will double the number of lawyers in its legal services arm from around 30 to 60 within a year.
Liverpool personal injury firm Forster Dean has closed eight of its offices and is planning to close a further three in an attempt to reduce costs.
London private wealth boutique Boodle Hatfield has fallen from the top of the UK 200 real estate costs table following its move last year from Mayfair to south of the river.
Gateley has posted pre-tax profits up 32.4 per cent from £7.4m to £9.8m, marking its first financial results since it became the first law firm to float on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) this summer.
Pinsent Masons has created a new bonus scheme, which could see its UK lawyers take home an extra £10,000 on top of their existing bonus package.
The next time the Business Leadership newsletter is published, on 24 September, not only will this year’s Summit be history but also the successful recipients of the Business Leadership Awards will have been celebrating, probably non stop, for at least 24 hours
The creditors of liquidated firm Manches are seeking legal advice to bring a judicial review of the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s (SRA) handling of the liquidation after being left with a £4.2m shortfall in tax receipts.
King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has reviewed its UK partnership with up to 15 partners to depart the firm with immediate effect.
Hogan Lovells executive manager Neil May has been appointed chief executive of common law set 42 Bedford Row following a unanimous vote by the chambers’ executive board.
The Lawyer’s Africa Elite report is published on Monday (30 March). Ahead of that the first-ever managing partner of Webber Wentzel, one of South Africa’s oldest and largest firms, unveils her plans for the future.
Berwin Leighton Paisner managing partner Neville Eisenberg has been appointed in an uncontested election to a four-year term as the firm’s senior partner, effective from 1 May.