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Eversheds’ South Africa counterpart is to break away from the firm in the new year due to conflicts between the firms.
Eversheds is gearing up to launch an office in Beijing later this year as it awaits the “imminent” approval of its licence application.
Eversheds is mulling converting to a Swiss Verein as the firm puts global integration at the heart of its new three-year plan.
Eversheds is set to part company with Spanish alliance partner Eversheds Lupicinio, citing strategic differences.
Eversheds has elected Irish managing partner Alan Murphy as the chair of its network of associated international firms, Eversheds International, following the retirement of the previous chair David Gray.
Eversheds has secured a two-year extension of its multi-million pound contract with US industrial conglomerate Tyco.
Eversheds has split from its South African alliance partner after spending almost two years fighting for - and ultimately winning - the right to trade under its own brand in the country.
Up to 166 jobs are at risk across Eversheds’ UK and Asia offices, with the firm’s Copenhagen office set to disappear altogether, as the firm seeks to realign itself under its new strategy.
Eversheds has formed a new management team in Asia and entered into a relationship with Danish firm Rønne & Lundgren following its Copenhagen closure.
Eversheds will be forced to defend a professional negligence claim from Newcastle International Airport (NIA) in the Court of Appeal (CoA) after NIA was given the green light to take the case to the appellate court.
Eversheds paid down nearly £20m of its debts in 2011/12, as the firm’s top line returned to growth for the first time in three years.
Newcastle International Airport (NIA) has been ordered to pay more than £500,000 of Eversheds’ legal costs into a holding account after it failed in its attempt to sue the firm for negligence.
Eversheds is seconding top-performing partners to emerging markets as part of its three-year plan to bring its international offices in line with the UK.
Eversheds has defeated a High Court negligence claim brought against it by Newcastle International Airport.
Eversheds has secured a licence from the Chinese government to establish an office in Beijing.
Eversheds has hired a real estate partner from Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP), the latest in a spate of hires in the sector for the firm in London.
Eversheds has raided merger-ready McGrigors for its contentious construction law team two months before the Scotland-headquartered firm finalises its tie-up with Pinsent Masons.
Eversheds is set to link up with Romanian firm Lina & Guia as the former continues to mull a move into Russia.
Eversheds has merged with Middle East law consortium KSLG, trebling its size in the region.
Eversheds is set to tie up with Spanish firm Nicea Abogados following its split from alliance partner Eversheds Lupicinio.