Lawyer News Daily
Linklaters’ dispute resolution team is more important than ever in the firm, having been broken out as an independent group, but the firm is slimming down the team’s management.
Forget Hurricane Gonzalo. A bigger storm is brewing in the States between two giants. One side is tech titan Facebook; on the other, legal behemoth DLA Piper.
Last Friday evening saw the launch of Women in Law London (WILL), a new network aiming to empower female associates as they ascend the career ladder.
Aim-listed company London Mining has become the latest casualty to be struck down by Ebola, as it calls in administrator PwC to wind up its operations.
Eon’s UK head of legal Graham Line has stepped down from his legal role to head the company’s response to a major probe by the competition regulator, The Lawyer reports today.
DWF’s rapid expansion and willingness to embrace the new opportunities in the UK legal market scooped it Management Team of the Year at The Lawyer Management Awards last night.
Clifford Chance’s private equity co-heads are determined that their sector remains the “crown jewels” of the corporate team despite high-profile partner exits.
Dispersed firm Keystone Law has received a £3.15m cash injection from private equity house Root Capital in return for a 35 per cent stake in the firm’s shares.
Former Queens Park Rangers chairman Antonio Caliendo has been allowed to keep his conditional fee arrangement (CFA) in a case launched against Mishcon de Reya despite missing a court-ordered deadline.