Cambridge firm Hewitsons will merge with City firm Moorhead James after both partnerships voted in favour of the tie-up earlier in June.
German-based firms Arnecke Siebold and Sibeth have announced they are to merge and form Arnecke Sibeth on 1 September.
Eversheds has merged with its German arm, Heisse Kursawe Eversheds, over a year after first mooting a full tie-up between Germany and the UK-headquartered LLP.
Weightmans is set to expand into Leeds after announcing formal merger negotiations with local firm Ford & Warren, bringing turnover close to the £100m mark.
Cartwright King has announced it has merged with Garstangs Burrows Bussin as the firm looks to gain a presence in the North West.
Midlands firms Shakespeares and SGH Martineau have confirmed they will complete their merger on 15 June, less than three months after the two announced they were in talks.
Pan-Baltic firms Lawin and Raidla Lejins & Norcous have both split up, with the two reforming to establish new alliances spanning the region.
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.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has seen turnover increase by 11 per cent, from £15.25m to £16.8m in the 2014/15 financial year.
Aaron & Partners has posted a 9.1 per cent increase in revenue from £7.26m to £7.92m in 2014/15, following increased work in the renewable energy market.
Private-equity backed firm Knights is set to open a Derby office in August following the doubling of its turnover to a projected £20m in 2014/15.
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