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Legal market water-cooler chat about Chinese investment into Germany, one of those growth areas that everyone appears to be talking about, got a big boost after the merger between Asian powerhouse King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) and SJ Berwin
The Lawyer in the US
Businesses can’t be winners every year. Although Weil Gotshal & Manges was one of the City’s top revenue risers in 2012, posting a 21.6 per cent increase in London revenue, The Lawyer has revealed that London ...
The Lawyer Asia
After a slump in Hong Kong IPO activity, the sector is hotting up again. There is fierce competition for adviser mandates, and it looks like US firms are winning the race against their UK counterparts
The Lawyer in Europe
As Europe begins, slowly, to emerge from recession – with the latest statistics putting EU GDP growth at 0.4 per cent for the last three months of 2013 – the first turnover figures from Continental European firms are also coming out.
The Lawyer Management
Berwin Leighton Leighton (BLP) jumped on the low-cost legal work bandwagon this week when it unveiled plans to open an office in Manchester. Managing partner Neville Eisenberg was at pains to stress that this was more than just your typical commodity offering, describing it as part of a four-pronged process mapping and outsourcing ...
Remember Libor? It was that name that sounded a bit like the hunchbacked assistant to Dr Frankenstein in many a Hammer Horror film, but was in fact something to do with banks that only about six people understood
It involves the state, the media, the monarchy and the judiciary. No wonder today’s Court of Appeal judgment over Prince Charles’s infamous “spider letters” has racked up headlines.