Barclays set aside an additional £800m in the first quarter of 2015 to cover investigations and litigation related to foreign exchange rigging, its Q1 results reveal.
Suspended Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner Peter Gray has officially left the firm, The Lawyer understands.
A team of five McKenna Long & Aldridge partners, including government contracts chair Fred Levy, have opted out of their firm’s merger with Dentons and are set to join Covington & Burling along with seven counsel and seven associates.
Higher fees are likely to drive litigants away from the court and into alternative means of resolving disputes.
We finish 2014 with our analysis of the global litigation and investigations market – the Global Litigation Top 50.
Company directors who design and pursue a lawful transaction designed to remove from the company hefty future obligations do not conspire to defraud those who might be financially affected by their doing so.
How law firms can adapt to the expanding international arbitration market.
To ensure readers don’t miss key information, we are printing excerpts of the most-read briefings and writers by sector. This week it’s the stars in litigation
Proponents of reforms to judicial review claim they will deter ‘frivolous’ cases but the legal profession is worried about the effect on access to justice.