Leeds-based technology distributor Premier Farnell’s general counsel Steven Webb expresses concern over some firms’ commitment to customer service inc this week’s in-house interview
Allegations of phone hacking put the spotlight on Rupert Murdoch’s UK media empire into the spotlight. While former News International legal chief Tom Crone entered a war of words with the media magnate, his former NI colleagues were busy hiring lawyers to defend criminal charges.
Online and technology companies are perhaps the most challenging of clients for law firms to live up to in the innovation stakes
It’s nearly a year since Barclays named the former general counsel of Pittsburgh-headquartered PNC Financial Services Group, Bob Hoyt, as general counsel and there is plenty of change in the air
What do you get when you put some of the UK’s finest in-house lawyers into one room? No, not a raging hangover (for those of you suffering from last night’s The Lawyer Awards). The Lawyer found the answer during its recent roundtable discussion with those on the shortlist of last night’s In-house ...
When she found herself off work with back problems Simmons & Simmons associate Karen Kerrigan hatched a plan: she would leave the law and set up a community forum for people experiencing the same kind of pain as her.
Service is the name of the game for Steven Webb, GC at IT distributor Premier Farnell
He has a dream job at a luxury travel brand but prefers to work from his London desk – meet Michael Ellis, group general counsel at Abercrombie & Kent
London Stock Exchange-owned clearing house LCH Clearnet has hired Diane Bouwmeester as its group general counsel and head of compliance.
A group of six firms including Eversheds, Harper Macleod and Norton Rose Fulbright have lost their places on the combined Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank national panel.