DMH Stallard has swallowed up Guildford-headquartered firm AWB Partnership in a merger deal that will be completed in 1 January 2015.
Private client firms Hunters and May May & Merrimans have announced they are merging in April next year, creating a firm with 120 staff.
Australian firm HWL Ebsworth is bulking up its Adelaide offering with the addition of six-partner insurance and litigation firm Lawson Smith Lawyers.
Australian firm HWL Ebsworth is forging ahead with its national expansion plan with the launch of two offices in Australia’s Northern Territory.
BLM has added £4m to its top line with the completion of its merger with Belfast-headquartered Campbell Fitzpatrick Solicitors (CFS) on 1 December.
Partners at Locke Lord and Edwards Wildman Palmer have voted in favour of the firms’ $675m tie-up.
Channel Islands firm Collas Crill and Cayman firm Charles Adams Ritchie & Duckworth (CARD) have announced they are merging in the New Year.
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Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) managing partner Neville Eisenberg is set to stand down at the end of his fifth term at the end of April 2015, 16 years after first stepping into the role.
King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has named two partners to succeed global managing partner Stuart Fuller as head of its Hong Kong practice after he decided to give up one part of his dual role.
Clyde & Co has reported a 5.3 per rise in income at the half-year, bringing revenue for the first six months of 2014/15 to £178m.
Weightmans has reported a rise in revenue of 3 per cent at the half-year point, bringing turnover for the first six months of 2014/15 to £42m.
Nabarro has posted a three per cent uptick in turnover for the first six months of 2014/15, taking it to £54.1m for the six months to end October, compared to the £52.5m the previous year.
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