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LG is reverting back to its original Lawrence Graham name in a rebranding move aimed at building on its growing international presence.
There’s plenty in a a name: just ask Dentons, which devised an “innovative name migration strategy” to manage the combination of the Salans, SNR Denton and FMC brands.
Lawrence Graham has scooped the magic circle to lead an independent investigation into Libor for the British Banking Association (BBA).
Merger talks between Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) and Lawrence Graham (LG) have been called off.
Ashurst and Lawrence Graham have snared the lead roles on a deal that marks one of the first incursions into the listed UK market by a state-owned Chinese company.
Lawrence Graham partner Jane Fox-Edwards has quit the firm to join Allen & Overy (A&O) as head of its property litigation group.
Lawrence Graham’s (LG) annual property bill is costing the firm £5.1m a year, according to the firm’s latest LLP accounts.
Lawrence Graham has axed 16 jobs after a month-long redundancy consultation.
Lawrence Graham has launched a redundancy consultation aimed at cutting 18 jobs across lawyer, central services and support staff ranks.
Two Shanghai partners who left Salans earlier this month have resurfaced at the firm’s former alliance partner Pinsent Masons.
Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) and Lawrence Graham (LG) are in the early stages of merger talks to create a £150m business that would bring the combined entity on the brink of the top 20 UK firms by revenue.
Lawrence Graham (LG) is making up four new partners in its 2012 promotions round, double the number that made the grade last year.
Nabarro partner Martin McKervey heads for home pondering the fact that, while we might be up the economic creek, Mipim has proved that there are still plenty of paddles.
Lawrence Graham (LG) is set to launch an office in Singapore after forging an alliance with a local firm.
This week’s legal market moves.
Addleshaw Goddard and Nabarro have called off merger talks after entering early-stage negotiations over a £280m tie-up.
Lawrence Graham (LG) has promoted three lawyers to partner from 1 May after making up four last year.
Law firms don’t get rich advising on the demise of other law firms...
Slaughter and May has extended its lead at the top of the FTSE 250 client rankings for the first quarter of 2013 in a market that has seen little change at the top end.
CMS and Herbies share nearly £1.5m in fees from a £203m energy takeover that saw two law firms put up Chinese walls to prevent potential conflicts.
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