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Linklaters has re-hired a former trainee who had moved to DLA Piper to fill the gap in its construction practice.
Allen & Overy (A&O), Linklaters and Slaughter and May are advising as the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) plans to float Direct Line Insurance in one of the biggest IPOs of the year.
With rivals trying to strike it rich by luring prize clients, Linklaters circles the wagons.
Linklaters’ new South African alliance partner Webber Wentzel is set to incorporate the Linklaters name into its own and take on the UK firm’s branding, it has emerged.
Linklaters has agreed an exclusive alliance with South African law firm Webber Wentzel, with the deal set to go live early next year.
Linklaters is offering a trip to Hong Kong in a graduate recruitment competition launched today.
Linklaters is planning to launch in South Africa through a joint venture with a local firm, with domestic leader Webber Wentzel emerging as the lead candidate to enter a tie-up with the magic circle outfit.
Linklaters’ UK head of real estate Anne Byrne has resigned from the firm, just a month after the departure of three partners in May.
Linklaters has signed a cooperation deal with Allen & Overy’s (A&O) local sponsor in Saudi Arabia, Abdulaziz AlGasim Law Firm.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Linklaters have taken prized mandates on Siemens’ £1.7bn acquisition of UK engineering group Invensys’s rail division.
Linklaters is on the hunt for a partner to join its real estate practice, leading to suggestions that management’s plans to shrink the department have gone too far, The Lawyer understands.
LG has tapped Herbert Smith and Linklaters to hire three real estate partners.
Linklaters has announced that it has signed an exclusive alliance with Australian firm Allens Arthur Robinson (AAR) in a tie-up which will see the firms combine in an Asian joint venture.
More than three years since the unthinkable happened, Joshua Freedman sifts through the wreckage to find out which firms gained the most from the wind-up of the banking giant...
Linklaters is understood to be in tie-up talks with Slaughter and May’s Australian best friend Allens Arthur Robinson (AAR), The Lawyer can reveal.
The magic circle duo dominate the list of Goldman Sachs’ ECM advisers - and when they’re not acting for the banks they’re likely to be found on the issuer side instead.
The announcement that Linklaters Sweden has sealed its first lateral hire signals the start of a reversal in the office’s dwindling partnership headcount.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) is launching offices in Berlin and Frankfurt after poaching a team of lawyers from Linklaters.
Linklaters has issued a High Court claim against Italian firm Gianni Origoni Grippo & Partners after the magic circle firm was hit with a €136m (£115m) professional negligence claim from Credit Suisse.
Linklaters could be facing up to a major tax bill for its India-related work following a Mumbai Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) decision to apply a retrospective amendment to its Income Tax Act...