Shipping, Aviation and Logistics News
Stephenson Harwood has made up four lawyers to partner from today (1 May), with the promotions coming alongside its seventh partner hire from Dentons in two years.
Amey is considering introducing a formal legal panel within a year following the infrastructure support group’s merger with rival Enterprise.
Latham, Linklaters and Joelson Wilson have advised on Carlyle Group’s purchase of London minicab group Addison Lee, a deal reported to be worth £300m.
Network Rail has cut its core legal panel from 12 firms to five following a review that has seen Dentons win a new spot on the roster.
Bird & Bird has appointed former Virgin Atlantic counsel Leo Fattorini as a partner and head of its Asia aviation practice.
Shipping, Aviation and Logistics Analysis
Supply chain management is critical to business success in today’s fiercely competitive global market. Craig Neame explains why
On 22 June, 1400 people will crowd into the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane for the most eagerly-awaited event of the year. With only one week to go, The Lawyer brings you a sneak preview of the shortlisted individuals and teams
Forth Ports’ CEO on success, ethics, and what he wants from his lawyers. By Matt Byrne
The International Maritime Bureau is about to set up a global panel of law firms to help it fight shipping fraud. Brendan Malkin opens the hatch
Stephen Dolan looks at how much power the recent ECJ ruling on 'open skies' will give to the European Commission