Revenues have hit a five-year high at Kennedys climbing up 10 per cent at the latest year end from £117m to £128.5m.
Hill Dickinson has placed 39 roles within its counter fraud group at risk of redundancy, with the positions now subject to a 30-day consultation period that began yesterday (21 July).
RPC has reported a 3 per cent drop in net profit from £26.8m to £26m at the end of the latest financial year, alongside a 2.4 per cent rise in turnover from £82.1m to £84.1m.
Weightmans is moving from being a Liverpool insurance firm to a true national commercial player. It just doesn’t like to make a fuss.
Last night RPC scooped the top gong at The Lawyer Awards, Law Firm of the Year. Here we revisit an interview with managing partner Jonathan Watmough in which he reflects on how the firm has shaken up its client list to generate growth
Weightmans has hired Edwards Wildman Palmer partner Francis Mackie in a bid to transform its insurance practice.
Kennedys has reported a 10 per cent increase in turnover to £128.5m for 2013/14 from £117m in 2012/13.
Clyde & Co has hired two partners from US firm Keesal, Young & Logan to establish its fifth US office in Orange County, Southern California.
You’re getting sued for what? An E&O odyssey (part 13) download subscription
A Montreal-based artist is suing the producer and broadcaster of 30 Vies — on the basis that footage of a graffiti tag in the opening credits constitutes copyright infringement.
Ontario employers to bear WSIB costs of injured agency employees download subscription
A new Ontario Bill will make employers liable for the WSIB costs of injured agency employees working for them.
You’re getting sued for what? An E&O odyssey (part 11) download subscription
Giving E&O ‘clearance’ advice is usually a mix of substantive legal analysis, practical risk assessment and instinct.
The consumer insurance market has seen a fierce tussle for territory. Have the mega-firms won or has the war just begun?
Morgan Cole and Blake Lapthorn have finally decided that three’s a crowd and, after months of flirting with Boyes Turner, gone ahead with a traditional two-way merger.
As the renewal season for professional indemnity insurance approaches, insurers see the market hardening
Claimant groups will need a lot of convincing about a new proposal for progressing mesothelioma cases
SRA should soften consumer focus and clamp down on the unrated sector to secure PI future
Regulators are looking afresh at the activities of professionals, and litigation is sure to follow. But how will these claims be paid for? asks Peter Smith.