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Russell Jones & Walker (RJW) is to be acquired by Australian listed firm Slater & Gordon.
Australian-listed Slater & Gordon will want to see results from its new acquisition.
Australian listed firm Slater & Gordon is to bulk up its UK presence with the acquisition of Simpson Millar, Goodmans Law and the personal injury practice of Taylor Vinters.
Reed Smith banking partners Phillip Slater and Lucy Newcomb have won the firm a new client by securing a role opposite Linklaters on the Co-operative Group’s £950m debt refinancing.
Slater & Gordon breaks business crime and regulation practice in two, focusing on fraud, corruption and bribery cases, and regulatory investigations.
Listed Australian firm Slater & Gordon has announced a 46.5 per cent increase in its half-year revenue following its takeover of Russell Jones & Walker (RJW) last year.
Russell Jones & Walker has been authorised by the SRA to convert to an alternative business structure (ABS) and will list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASE) as part of its planned merger with Slater & Gordon.
Australia’s Slater & Gordon, the first law firm to float on a stock market, has posted a 21 per cent jump in turnover to Aus$124.7m (£71.8m) for the 2009-10 financial year.
The personal injury (PI) legal market is consolidating rapidly with three new mergers being announced yesterday.
Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) has turned to Slater & Gordon for a partner to help lead its London white-collar crime team.
Russell Jones Walker (RJW) has waded in to the interest rate swap mis-selling litigation after agreeing a deal with campaign group Bully Banks.
Our roundup of the biggest deals so far of 2012 points to healthy activity.
LG and Macfarlanes have won advisory roles on the sale of Russell Jones & Walker (RJW) to listed Australian firm Slater & Gordon.
Move of the week Litigation specialist Stewarts Law has appointed Philippa Charles to head up its new international arbitraton department. Charles joins from Mayer Brown, where she was a commercial dispute resolution and...
Have you suffered an accident that wasn’t your fault? Well, tough, because the case is too risky to take on.
Hogan Lovells has scooped the top prize for its pro bono work at last night’s The Lawyer awards.
Mishcon de Reya scooped the top prize at last night’s The Lawyer Awards when it was crowned Law Firm of the Year.
Insurance firm Parabis has been forced to delay its ABS deal with private equity house Duke Street because the SRA is struggling to cope with the flow of post Legal Services Act applications.
Less than two months after the no-win no-fee era was forcibly shut down (1 April) and the repercussions are being borne out by what appears to be a fresh merger frenzy in the personal injury world.
Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) global arbitration co-head Charles Kaplan has resigned from the firm to join US outfit Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe.