Barratt Developments, the UK’s largest house builder, has announced its general counsel will retire later this year.
Bank of America general counsel Gary Lynch is stepping down from his role, four years after joining the bank.
Royal Mail general counsel Neil Harnby is leaving the company at the end of this year after four years at the helm of the company’s legal team.
Standard Chartered’s new chief executive Bill Winters has announced a “realignment” of the bank’s compliance and legal capabilities, handing group general counsel David Fein responsibility for corporate secretariat issues.
Lazard Asset Management has appointed Tim Russell as head of legal and compliance in the UK, following his departure from Ignis Asset Management.
In a market where many firms are posting double digit rises in revenue, there doesn’t appear to be much of a problem when it comes to pricing. But don’t be so sure.
The BBC has promoted Nicola Cain to the new role of head of legal for freedom of information (FOI) and contentious data protection (DP).
Job search website Glassdoor has appointed eBay’s deputy general counsel Brad Serwin as its new GC.
Linklaters managing partner Simon Davies may have been given a mandate to review Lloyds Bank’s legal function as one of the first jobs in his new role as chief people, legal and strategy officer, according to bank insiders.
Life science research tool provider Abcam has hired Actavis executive legal director Suzanne Smith to join the company as its first chief legal officer and company secretary.
As legal boss of Hilton Worldwide, Kristin Campbell has guided the $10bn hospitality giant through an IPO, honed a 350-strong set of external advisers to 35 and is now putting the finishing touches to an expansion plan
In the highly regulated drinks industry, the experienced Chivas GC says keeping an eye on the marketing arm in the digital age is a growing challenge
Every day is exam day for Ofqual’s director of legal Natalie Prosser, who has had to deal with regulatory infrastructure, litigation over grade boundaries, and building her own team.
The London School of Economics (LSE) has appointed Pinsent Masons as its sole legal provider for the third time.
Anderson Strathern and Harper Macleod have both won places to advise the Scottish government across each of the six lots within its legal framework.
GE has reviewed its finance and M&A European legal panel and it is understood that Allen & Overy (A&O), Slaughter and May and Weil Gotshal & Manges are among the firms winning a place.
Deutsche Bank has carried out its biennial legal review and is understood to have appointed Allen & Overy (A&O), Hogan Lovells and White & Case to its roster.
The announcement of the Scottish government’s vastly expanded legal panel has been delayed by almost two months after firms were given time to appeal the body’s initial decisions.