LUS: Which US firm is for you? This year's International Top 30 offers some clues


With moves between US firms rocketing in the first half of 2015, The Lawyer’s Top 30 International Firms in London report reveals the most coveted firms to join and those losing out in the war for talent in London.

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Gowlings WLG and Taylor Wessing eyeing East Asia expansion


This week, two of UK’s top 30 firms have re-asserted their commitment to better serving clients in the fast-growing Asia region. In today’s cover story, the managing partners of Wragges Lawrence Graham & Co and Gowlings, which are set to merge next January, revealed that East Asia is a major part of the merged firm’s international ambition.

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Olswang Berlin team decamps for Greenberg Traurig


A month after Olswang announced it was splitting off its Berlin office, the firm’s team of 50 lawyers and staff have found a new home at US firm Greenberg Traurig.

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Editor's note: Pricing matters. Here's why.

16-Jul-2015 | By Matt Byrne

In a market where many firms are posting double digit rises in revenue, there doesn’t appear to be much of a problem when it comes to pricing. But don’t be so sure.

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Shipping giant Standard Club reviews panel roster to chop costs by 30 per cent


Ince & Co and Holman Fenwick Willan are understood to have made the final cut after shipping insurance mutual the Standard Club underwent a review of its preferred legal advisory panel.

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Freshfields and Skadden land roles on Pearson’s £844m FT sale to Nikkei


Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom have ...

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Lloyds and PwC instruct lawyers to defend “conspiracy to cause loss” claim


PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and Lloyds Bank have drafted in lawyers to defend a multimillion-pound professional negligence claim brought by a Leeds car auction company.

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