After wondering whether to be or not to be, the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) has decided to challenge firms to a battle of wits. With mirth and laughter old wrinkles may come, as partners wrestle for a spot on RSC’s first-ever panel
As with any change, there’s good news for some and bad news for others. In a consultation paper published today, the Bank of England’s (BoE) Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has set out new hoops for non-EU banks to jump through if they want to do business in the UK.
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The in-house market in the UK has undergone something of a sea-change in the past few years, with general counsel forcing through changes to control costs and efficiency much more than ever before. Take the likes of Balfour Beatty, ...
True or false? There’s a lawyer out there who gets to drive around the office in an ice cream van, try every lolly on the supermarket shelves and take home four litres of ice cream every week.
Catering to the cutting-edge internet cable needs of the likes of BT and C&W, and taking on heavyweights for consortia tenders is all in a day’s work for Ciena’s Fred Linker
The heads of legal at the European Stability Mechanism reveal why working for the EU body providing vital financial assistance to struggling member states is so rewarding.
Giulia di Tommaso at Unilever Italy epitomises the changing face of Continental in-housers, as companies recognise the strategic value that lawyers can bring
Wragge & Co has been overlooked by Premier Foods in its £1.1bn capital refinancing plan, with Slaughter and May picking up the core mandate on the deal.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s (RSC) new general counsel, Marina Zain, is to put together the theatre company’s inaugural panel of legal advisers.