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Latham & Watkins has a new London managing partner in Jay Sadanandan, but like the song, the strategic direction remains the same
UK insurance giant RSA has delayed its global legal panel review for a second time. The review, due to begin in May, will now take place towards the end of the year.
Pearson general counsel Bjarne Tellman has confirmed that the publishing giant plans to launch a UK panel before one in the US this year, after extending the deadline for a final line-up to the summer
Reputation management has a direct bearing on how City analysts determine the value of a company, new research shows
Lloyds Bank’s head of disputes Philippa Simmons has left the organisation amid a shake-up of the in-house legal team that could see around 25 mid-level redundancies, The Lawyer can reveal
Lawyer and Conservative MP candidate for Havant Alan Mak has come under fire after a statement in his leaked CV claimed that he was a department head at magic circle firm Clifford Chance.
Weil Gotshal & Manges and McDermott Will & Emery have acted on the Barclay brothers’ sale of Claridges, the Berkeley and the Connaught to Qatar-owned Constellation Hotels, ending years of litigation concerning the ownership of the hotels.
Latham & Watkins has a new London managing partner in Jay Sadanandan, but like the song, the strategic direction remains the same.
Chicago-headquartered Jenner & Block, which last month confirmed its plans to open in London, is hiring three lawyers from Dechert.
When Gibson Dunn & Crutcher reported itself to the SRA last month it was sending a clear message: we’re acting decisively, quickly and we’re on top of this nightmare.
Russia is becoming increasingly problematic for Western firms. Despite the fact that English law is popular, the imposition of sanctions on the country is having a clear effect on business activity. UK and US practices are quietly downsizing, while local firms are consolidating – and beginning to hire English-qualified lawyers.