The bar is changing, but is it moving quickly enough?
Let us praise legal services.
A few weeks ago I asked why Leeds seemed to have fallen off the pace compared to other regional cities’ legal offerings.
These days it’s all about global growth. Right? Not according to our feature today.
Are deals back? You might not think so from reading this week’s feature on public M&A fees
This week we publish the second edition of The Lawyer Asia Pacific 150, the most comprehensive study of the legal market in the region
Any discussion of innovation in private practice must confront two challenges: nurturing culture and managing risk.
More and more City firms are disaggregating in the quest for efficiency.
The accountants are making some lawyers jittery. Some, but not all.
In October 2012 Deloitte decided to tackle the issue of workplace mental health seriously
Our focus this week is on a relationship: we profile the general counsel of Universal Music Richard Constant with his favoured external lawyer, Stephen Kon of KWMSJB, a year after the titanic merger with EMI was given the nod
The financial year has ended, the bills are in, and results time is upon us.
The 20th anniversary shortlist of The Lawyer Awards is brimming with excellence.
CVC Capital Partners has been ordered to pay €129m (£103m) to Budweiser brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB In Bev) in a court battle over a 2009 deal, after turning from Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer to Allen & Overy (A&O).
Thread and zips manufacturer Coats has appointed senior Weight Watchers lawyer Richard Reade as deputy general counsel, following the appointment of its first-ever general counsel from Lloyds.
Asset management and funds boutique MJ Hudson has launched in Hong Kong, creating the firm’s third office alongside London and Jersey.
Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz is to pursue Deloitte on behalf of Hewlett-Packard (HP) in an escalation of the company’s row with software firm Autonomy over its doomed 2011 acquisition.
Two former Pannone personal injury big-hitters have become the latest to break the three-year lock in to leave Slater & Gordon, moving to ABS rival Irwin Mitchell.
Newly-weds Charles Russell and Speechly Bircham want to get even closer. Following the successful conclusion of their merger talks, they’re now after an office where they can really get to know each other. Just don’t bother offering them a Canary Wharf office.