The Lawyer in the US
Latham & Watkins has topped The Lawyer’s list of the top 30 international firms in London after its 2014 UK revenue rose 27 per cent to $267m
Sullivan & Cromwell client BNP Paribas was sentenced to five years probation by a US district court last week, following a billion-dollar settlement to end claims that it violated trading sanctions against Sudan, Cuba and Iran between 2004 and 2012.
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US firm Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe is shutting down its Frankfurt and Berlin offices to concentrate its German presence on Düsseldorf and Munich
As you are surely aware, next month we’ll all know the results of a rather important ballot in the UK
Dentons has appointed former US presidential candidate Newt Gingrich as an adviser to the firm‘s public policy and regulation practice.
Latham & Watkins has topped The Lawyer’s list of the Top 30 International Firms in London thanks to a 27 per cent revenue rise to $267m in 2014, while average turnover of listed firms grew by 13 per cent.
Allen & Overy (A&O) has persuaded banking and projects partner Bruno Soares to stay at the firm, two months after it was announced he was leaving for US outfit Paul Hastings.
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This year’s International Top 30 reveals a market in excellent health. As this executive summary of the report shows, taking just revenues alone, these firms’ finances have gone through the roof.
Recent unwanted attention on Gibson Dunn & Crutcher in light of the Djibouti falsified evidence case will do nothing for the firm’s hard-won reputation in the world of anti-corruption and combating fraud.
Strong financial performances in London, stellar mergers and an army of major hires – the market looks good for US firms. So what do their leaders say?