Slaughter and May has increased its lead in the rankings of total stock market clients, after closest competitor Pinsent Masons saw its total drop from 96 to 93.
The offshore legal market had a solid 2013, with several firms reporting double-digit increases in turnover and a pronounced pick-up in activity levels.
Offshore M&A seems to be returning to steady growth, and as Appleby chair Frances Woo points out, the lack of dramatic movement is a good thing.
Pinsent Masons , Memery Crystal and Carey Olsen retained their podium places at the top of the overall Aim rankings as the market experienced a significant uptick ...
Offshore firm Ogier has sold its fiduciary business in a management buy-out backed by private equity company Electra Partners, which values the business at £180m.
Offshore firm Mourant Ozannes has hired Farrer & Co’s former senior partner Jim Edmondson as head of its international trusts and private client practice.
Ogier and Carey Olsen climb the charts due to a new ranking method but Maples and Calder still hits top spot
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Jersey is promoting its links with the UK while shaping a stronger international role
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In this year’s offshore survey The Lawyer excluded firms’ fiduciary lawyers and partners to get a better reflection of what’s happening with the legal side of their businesses (see story).
Appleby enters Guernsey and Conyers Dill & Pearman follows. It’s a classic follow the leader situation right?