London

RSA delays global panel review for second time after "busy spell"

22-Apr-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

UK insurance giant RSA has delayed its global legal panel review for a second time.

Manchester

Manchester City Council joins raft of firms on City West Housing Trust panel

15-Apr-2015 | By Natasha Bernal

City West Housing has appointed 14 firms and the in-house team at Manchester City Council to its panel in a framework agreement worth £1.4m over four years.

water

Severn Trent US slashes external legal spend by 84% following panel review

8-Apr-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

Severn Trent’s US arm, Severn Trent Services (STS), has made savings of 75 per cent and 35 per cent over two years by resculpting its external legal panel in favour of bringing work back in-house.

UCL

UCL set to launch first legal panel following general counsel appointment

7-Apr-2015 | By Natasha Bernal

University College London (UCL) general counsel Natasha Lewis is considering setting up an initial legal panel for the university in 2015, less than a year after she took on the role.

London

OneSavings Bank appoints new head of legal and unveils first formal panel

27-Mar-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

OneSavings Bank (OSB) has appointed a new head of legal as it names 12 firms to its first formal legal panel of external advisers.

In-House Interviews

Raven

In-house interview: Hugh Raven, Kier

20-Apr-2015 | By Richard Simmons

Hugh Raven swapped Eversheds partnership for a job at building group Kier, helping support the business’s extension plans into property and services.

Duncan Vaughan

The in-house interview: Iceland legal director Duncan Vaughan

13-Apr-2015 | By Becky Waller-Davies

With a more aggressive industry watchdog and cut-price rivals breathing down retailer Iceland’s neck, legal director Duncan Vaughan knew his job wasn’t going to be a piece of Arctic roll.

UCL

In-house interview: Natasha Lewis, director of legal services at UCL

6-Apr-2015 | By Natasha Bernal

Natasha Lewis, legal services boss at UCL, could be the first of a new breed of in-housers as UK academic institutions start to act more like businesses

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In-House News

Robert Gibber

Linklaters' client Tate & Lyle breaks tradition and turns to Addleshaws on Slovakian sale

23-Apr-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

Addleshaw Goddard has advised longstanding Linklaters’ client Tate & Lyle on a company-wide restructuring including the sale of three corn wet mills in Europe to its partner, US company Archer Daniels Midland.

books

Pearson GC Tellmann: UK will be first in panel review

23-Apr-2015 | By Natasha Bernal

Pearson general counsel Bjarne Tellmann has confirmed that the publishing giant plans to launch a UK panel before one in the US this year, after extending the deadline for a final line-up to the summer.

London

TPG Capital GC steps down following news of $5bn buyout fund

22-Apr-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

TPG Capital general counsel Ronald Cami has stepped down after five years amid news the private equity firm has raised an initial $5bn (£3.3bn) for its latest buyout fund.

Kate Cheetham

Lloyds promotes deputy GC to top position as Whittaker leaves bank

22-Apr-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

Lloyds Banking Group has appointed Kate Cheetham as its new general counsel.

London

RSA delays global panel review for second time after "busy spell"

22-Apr-2015 | By Tabby Kinder

UK insurance giant RSA has delayed its global legal panel review for a second time.

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