Lawyer News Daily
Two of the runners and riders in the race for one of the top jobs in the legal market, the managing partner of Addleshaw Goddard, have been confirmed
There’s no doubt about it, DWF’s growth has been prolific in recent years. Its most recent data show that turnover was up by 57.5 per cent at the half-year point to £93.6m
China’s largest firm by headcount Dacheng has rethought its management structure following an election process that began in February
There is change at the top in this year’s top 30 international firms in London. Last year it was all about Baker & McKenzie, still reigning supreme at the top of the list, and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, the shooting star rising up through the ranks
Apple, Blue Ivy, North West, King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin - giving youngsters outlandish names has been all the rage over the past couple of years
DWF has confirmed that it has cut 19 jobs as part of a consultation launched last month, which put 21 operational roles in its finance department at risk.
Travers Smith’s Paris chief David Patient is set to become firm-wide managing partner when incumbent Andrew Lilley steps down from the role at the end of 2014.
Hogan Lovells has created a position on its 12-strong management board for equity partners aged 45 and under.
The liquidators of Bernard L. Madoff feeder fund Fairfield Sentry, represented by British Virgin Islands (BVI) firm Forbes Hare and Macfarlanes, have lost two key points before the Privy Council in an important judgment.
We’ve had the silks round, but there other long-running themes emerging from our coverage of the bar. They include commercial court costs and criminal barristers’ struggle with the Ministry of Justice. Below is a selection of reports highlighting the current issues.