Osborne Clarke is a leading commercial law firm. See the latest editorial coverage and find out more about its practice via The Lawyer Acumen.
On the face of it Field Fisher Waterhouse has the most to gain from a possible merger with Osborne Clarke, but given their differences it’s a long shot...
Canadian firm Gowlings has made a double hire in its London restructuring team, with the move including the recruitment of former Osborne Clarke practice co-head David Wright.
Deep-seated disparities caused FFW-Osborne Clarke merger talks to fail...
Osborne Clarke has announced five partner promotions for its international offices, with the majority coming from its recently merged Spanish and Italian offices.
Osborne Clarke has taken a further step towards expanding its European network with an opening in Hamburg.
Osborne Clarke has posted its financial results for the 2011-12 financial year, revealing an 8 per cent rise in revenue and a 1 per cent increase in average profit per equity partner (PEP).
Former Dundas & Wilson partner John Pike, who left the firm after less than a year, has resurfaced at Osborne Clarke, as a number of other lawyers also leave the Scottish firm’s London office.
Osborne Clarke has switched its graduate diploma in law (GDL) and legal practice course (LPC) provision to BPP Law School from the University of Law (UoL).
Osborne Clarke’s digital business sector head Mike Turner is joining rival Taylor Wessing as UK head of TMT.
Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) and Osborne Clarke have called off their merger talks after failing to agree a £200m combination.
Osborne Clarke is considering adding a second representative base in the US with the potential launch of an office in New York.
Osborne Clarke is laying the groundwork for a launch in Brussels as the firm continues its European expansion amid merger discussions with Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW).
Osborne Clarke has confirmed the make-up of its new international management structure in the wake of its European mergers, with four UK figures taking roles on two separate oversight groups.
Osborne Clarke has hired CMS Cameron McKenna pensions partner Keith Webster for its Bristol practice.
Osborne Clarke has hired Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) funds partner Tim Simmonds as a partner in its Bristol office.
Simmons & Simmons has made its first lateral hires for its new low-cost Bristol base, hitting Osborne Clarke for financial services litigation partners Tim Boyce and Ed Crosse.
Osborne Clarke today (15 May) entered into a two week consultation programme with a view to cutting 13 senior associates.
Osborne Clarke has turned to digital TV provider YouView for a hire in its digital business group, bringing aboard legal chief John Davidson-Kelly.
Senior management figures at Field Fisher Waterhouse (FFW) are set to report back to partners about the firm’s potential £200m merger with Osborne Clarke at its annual partnership meeting next month as tie-up talks steamroll ahead.
LG misses out on US presence as one-time merger prospect FFW opens in Palo Alto...
News and Analysis