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Ropes changes as Edwards Wildman is Rammed


They are two of the biggest beasts in the legal jungle, and historically a story about Maurice Allen and Mike Goetz - the dynamic duo with the elephantine reputation who quit Freshfields a year after quitting White & Case ...

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Jonathan Ames

This week’s top 15 legal briefings - 20 July 2014


Tweeting – law firms that still think it’s for the birds are missing a trick; the Apple lifestyle and the right to trademark shop designs; and changes for those who pop their clogs before getting round to writing that all-important will

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In-housers focus on customer service


Leeds-based technology distributor Premier Farnell’s general counsel Steven Webb expresses concern over some firms’ commitment to customer service inc this week’s in-house interview

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A move for O’Shea, a bigger move for Simpson Thacher


This week the London office of Simpson Thacher is celebrating the return of one of its highest-flying finance partners, Sinead O’Shea, who is rejoining the City office after a six-year spell in Hong Kong

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Taking the Eurozone crisis to court


Last year Cypriot investors were horrified to learn that their government had agreed to a “haircut” on bank savings in order to bail the country out of the economic crisis it found itself in

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DLA Piper and the shrinking Asia partnership


What is it with DLA Piper and Asia Pacific? When the firm merged with DLA Phillips Fox in 2011 the combined firm boasted 135 partners across its Australian practice. By the end of last year the number had shrunk to 100, despite it being one of the biggest promoters in the country

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Stewarts Law settles claim but fight continues for lawyer duo


There was concern across the profession last year after two Stewarts Law lawyers were struck off following a private prosecution. It was a legal first

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Freshfields takes the lead as Liberty Global continues telecoms charge

21-Jul-2014 | By Natalie Stanton

What with the IPO market taking flight, and a couple of massive pharma deals hogging the spotlight, it’d be easy to forget that for many companies it’s business as usual

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Matt Byrne

Will Charles Russell Speechlys be a winner?


The big news this week is the decision of Charles Russell and Speechly Bircham yesterday to vote in favour of merging and create a £135m firm with 170 partners. But how many business services staff will there be?

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