Cyprus is on a tough road to recovery but Russian money is still flowing in, cementing the strong relationship between the two countries
The effects of recent changes to civil litigation are only just beginning to be felt, but barristers in the regions have several reasons to be cheerful
India boasts key advantages over China and with a step-up in foreign investment, lawyers believe the country can overtake its Asian rival
Surrey-based firm Mundays has launched a mystery shopper programme in a bid to raise the standard of its services.
HBJ Gateley has added a partner to its litigation team in Edinburgh through the appointment of former Paull & Willamsons head of litigation, Gordon Steele.
Harper Macleod has made a swoop for former Burness managing partner Ken Ross as the firm continues to strengthen its Edinburgh office.
Despite public discontent Brazil is showing it is rich in opportunity, spurred on by its hosting of the FIFA World Cup and the Rio Olympics
Bulgaria’s lawyers are standing firm amid the political chaos, keeping their focus on steadfast areas such as IP, restructuring and infrastructure
Burness Paull has added two lawyers to its pensions team in Glasgow from local rivals Brodies as the firm continues to grow.
DLA Piper has boosted its Austria office with the hire of Nabucco International Gas Pipeline’s chief legal counsel Andreas Gunst.
Being sent to London on secondment is a prized opportunity for associates in European firms
Privatisations and real estate offer optimism, as Portugal sets off on the long, hard road to recovery
Stephenson Harwood, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and DLA Piper have won roles to advise on the sale of GE Capital’s TIP Trailer Services to China’s HNA Group for an undisclosed fee.
Ashurst, Clifford Chance, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett have won advisory roles on an IPO by Merlin Entrainments, owner of attractions that include Legoland and Madame Tussauds.
West Midlands firm DBS Law is to cut staff hours after posting record growth over the last year.
Scottish firm Tods Murray has set out an ambition to grow through joining forces with other firms in Scotland.
A growing divide is emerging in the Scottish legal market as more firms opt for consolidation as a means to expansion, with Pinsent Masons’ Scottish chair Kirk Murdoch advocating that internationalisation is the only route forward.
With banking, personal injury and M&A all down, law firm mergers are in the bracing Scottish air
ABS NewLaw Solicitors is expanding its Cardiff office with 86 jobs ranging from new law graduates to experienced litigators, supported by a Welsh Government subsidy.
Leeds firm Shulmans has reported a 25 per cent increase in turnover for the first six months of the current financial year, breaking through the £4m barrier.
Scottish firm Brodies has expanded its competition and regualtory team with the appointment of Norton Rose Fulbright partner Rod Lambert.
A bustling legal market and political attempts to make Austria a centre of European investment are keeping lawyers on their toes
Scottish firm Gillespie Macandrew has announced a 5 per cent like-for-like increase in turnover and stable profits for the 2012/13 financial year.
South West firm Temple Bright has secured an inaugural instruction for its London office, advising on the acquisition of web developer Red C by brand agency FM Group.
Manchester firm Express Solicitors has increased its turnover from £5.3m in 2011/12 to £7.2m in 2012/13.
ABS Brilliant Law has completed a private fundraising as part of growth plan to extend its services.
North West firm Brabners has hired two partners from rival regional firms to take its total partner tally to 79.
Chester-headquartered Aaron & Partners has added its tenth equity partner through the appointment of family lawyer Richard Barge.
North West firm Keoghs has confirmed the appointment of three partners in Greater Manchester.