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King.com general counsel Marcus Whalen is to leave the online gaming company to take up a consultancy position.
Henderson Global Investors’ UK in-house legal team has shrunk by nearly 30 per cent in the past year following a shift to farming out more of its lower-level work to law firms.
The senior legal counsel of construction giant Lend Lease, Alistair Cutts, is understood to have left the role as the business scales back its European arm.
Sausage-skin maker Devro has hired Dairy Crest’s former deputy company secretary Andrew Money as its first London-based in-house lawyer.
Barclays deputy general counsel Michael Shaw is understood to be leading the race to replace Mark Harding as the bank’s legal chief.
Baker & McKenzie, CMS Cameron McKenna and Debevoise & Plimpton are amongst the new firms appointed to Royal Dutch Shell’s revamped legal panel, which consists of more than 150 firms.
Hygiene giant Colgate Palmolive added Bond Dickinson to its panel just weeks before the merger between Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees, The Lawyer has learned.
A&O joins Slaughters on Aviva’s plc roster; insurer insisted on discounts
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is carrying out a review of its Emea legal panel that will see it unveil a new roster for the region from 1 July.
The Pension Protection Fund (PPF) is gearing up to unveil its new-look legal panel following a delayed process to shrink its 27-firm roster.