Lawyer News Daily
What do you do when one of your staff exercises their right to free speech online? That’s the dilemma which has faced Clifford Chance since trainee Aysh Chaudhry posted a YouTube video expressing Islamist views.
The Lawyer in the US
Fried Frank’s Asian ambition shuddered to a halt this week as the firm closed its operations in Hong Kong and Shanghai after seven years in the region.
The Lawyer Asia
Norton Rose Fulbright has kicked off 2015 with a couple of personnel changes in its Asia-Pacific energy practice, moving global practice head Simon Currie from London to Sydney and regional practice head Vincent Dwyer from Sydney ...
The Lawyer in Europe
The annual M&A league tables are coming out and it’s good news. Globally, M&A activity was back to pre-crisis levels in 2014
The Lawyer Management
Financial stability is crucial for any business and law firms are no exception. A survey released last week showed that increasing profitability remains the top concern for the majority of UK firms, despite the fact that the last financial year was a record-breaker ...
Fracking planning in 2015; should counsel be involved in mediations; the new Fit for Work service
Publishing giant Pearson is set to launch its first global panel at the end of this quarter, following a swathe of internal reforms implemented by general counsel Bjarne Tellmann.
Among the first major IPOs to be announced in 2015, infrastructure investor John Laing has outlined its plan to float on the London Stock Exchange.
This year’s top 20 cases demonstrate how much the English High Court has become a global litigation centre, with litigants from all over the world to battle cases in London.