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Despite a growing momentum in favour of alternative and ‘agile’ working models, many firms are still struggling to fit their working practices into soaring property overheads. Our exclusive UK200 data reveals the ongoing battle to keep a lid on real estate costs
Judicial misconduct; the problem of gift vouchers and administration; and a dispute involving piracy, fuel oil and strict liability
Royal Mail general counsel Neil Harnby has navigated a controversial IPO, negotiated an agreement with the industry’s union and made the legal team central to Royal Mail’s decision-making, and led a major shake up of its external advisers.
The Lawyer in the US
It may have taken a while but DLA Piper has finally found a foothold in Canada after agreeing to merge with local firm Davis. Here’s how we broke the news…four years ago.
The Lawyer in Europe
In a world where the biggest global firms are just getting bigger – witness the recent formation of 6,500-lawyer behemoth Dacheng Dentons – it can be increasingly hard for independent firms to compete.
The Lawyer Asia
The path between China and the UK may be a well-trodden one, but the one between China and the Baltics is less so.
Today’s High Court decision to uphold the Lord Chancellor’s criminal legal aid reforms following a judicial review is disappointing news for the Law Society, which has vowed to take its fight against criminal legal aid cuts to the Court ...
While the M&A market has generally been on the up, it’s clear that one group has been given a major boost by the recent activity: offshore firms.
The Lawyer Management
Richard Susskind revealed his view of the future at the Global Law Summit this week. For many, it’s not pretty