Lawyer News Daily
Today sees the publication of The Lawyer’s annual Global Litigation Top 50, our annual analysis of which of the world’s largest firms are generating the most fee income from disputes.
The Lawyer in the US
It’s the hap-happiest season of all, say litigators in New York and Washington. Why is it the most wonderful time, The Lawyer asks? It’s not because it’s nearly Christmas and there’ll be parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting or caroling out in the snow.
The Lawyer Asia
UK prime minister David Cameron’s current visit to China could potentially see China investing in the hotly-debated $50bn High Speed 2 rail line project, and Chinese investment into the UK picking up speed in general.
The Lawyer in Europe
A couple of weeks ago a group of senior in-house and private practice lawyers gathered around a table at Trowers & Hamlins in London and talked Europe. The group were in the final stages of judging The Lawyer’s European Awards 2014. After sifting through the entries and engaging in some serious debate about their merits, the judges made their decisions ...
Next Monday sees the publication of The Lawyer’s Global Litigation Top 50, our annual review of the year in international disputes.
Working in the airline business is no flight of fancy. When Julian Homerstone landed a GC job at Virgin Atlantic he must have known it would be quite the ride – the airline now flies 5.5 million passengers a year to 35 destinations worldwide.
The Lawyer Management
Last week I had the chance to peek into the multifarious world of facilities management, an often over-looked but increasingly vital segment of the legal market. Property can be a deal maker or breaker when it comes to mergers – just ask Cobbetts. It can also tip the scales one way or another when it comes to a firm’s chances of staving off the administrators. Or, at a slightly more prosaic level, the people running FM can also have a hefty influence on the smooth and happy running ...