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RPC is set to bulk up its corporate practice with the hire of a three-partner City team from Wragge & Co including former managing partner Richard Haywood and current corporate chief Maurice Dwyer.
Wragge & Co has gained a new relationship in India through an alliance with a Delhi boutique launched by the former London head of FoxMandal.
The High Court has ordered Wragge & Co to pay £7.65m to former client Amalgamated Metal Corporation (AMC) for negligently failing to advise it on how to deal with a group litigation order (GLO) against HMRC.
Wragge & Co has opened in Abu Dhabi two years after The Lawyer first reported the firm’s plans to launch there.
The Government Procurement Service (GPS) has finally named the 48 firms to win spots on its revamped Legal Services framework panel, which replaces the previous Legal Services and ‘LitCat’ panels.
The highest-earning partner at Wragge & Co took home £648,000 in 2011/12 – a 12 per cent drop from the year before.
Wragge & Co has announced a half-year revenue figure of £60.6m, representing a rise of 4.5 per cent on its first-half turnover last year.
Wragge & Co has confirmed that all of its new trainees have declined to take up the firm’s offer to voluntarily defer their training contracts – so all will start at the firm in September 2012.
Wragge & Co has hired Manches’ Thames Valley projects head as a partner in its real estate team.
Wragge & Co has ended its partner promotions freeze by making up three new members in 2012.
Wragge & Co has hired a three-lawyer employment team from Eversheds in Paris.
Squire Sanders has made two lateral hires to boost its London finance offering, bringing in Berwin Leighton Paiser (BLP) project finance head Philippa Chadwick and Wragge & Co banking head Paula Laird.
Simmons & Simmons and Wragge & Co are set for a High Court trademark trial next year with a Birmingham comedy club trying to take Fox TV’s ‘Glee’ off the air.
Wragge & Co trainee Carly Davies warns students about spelling mistakes and the infamous Wragges’ Mars Bar cakes.
Squire Sanders Hammonds has bolstered its Birmingham corporate offering with the hire of Edward Dawes from Wragge & Co.
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Wragge & Co has promoted two lawyers to its partnership, one fewer than last year.
Wragge and Co has revealed a retention rate of 67 per cent for its March new qualifiers (NQ), following the downward trend among the UK top 20 firms.
Wragge & Co has posted a 5 per cent rise in turnover for the 2011-12 financial year, up from £113m to £118.2m.
Wragge & Co has launched its first international trainee solicitor secondment programme to China.