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Figures released by the Office of the Head of International Family Justice for England and Wales reveal a 40 per cent increase in the number of international family disputes handled in the last year.
Albion Water Ltd has finally succeeded in obtaining at least some recompense in its struggle to compete with incumbent Welsh water monopolist Dwr Cymru.
Swansea mine manager faces gross negligence manslaughter charges.
Bristol-set Queen Square Chambers has moved into the Welsh legal market with the launch of a base in Cardiff.
Beachcroft, Bevan Brittan, Cobbetts and Weightmans were the key winners on two major public sector legal panels in Wales.
The South-West Wales Legal Consortium has appointed six law firms to partner status and confirmed a full list of solicitors and barristers panels after completing the procurement of its new multi-million pound framework agreement.
Cardiff-based M&A Solicitors has suspended two partners after they were arrested as part of a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation.
Fladgate is advising the Cardiff Marine Group in its £60m Bayscape marina development, where construction is set to begin on Wales’s tallest building.
London set 2-3 Gray’s Inn Square is to open an office in Cardiff to capture work emerging from the regionalised Administrative Court.
The legal department at Kent County Council (KCC) is teaming up with regional firm Geldards to create a single brand for public sector work capable of taking over local authority legal departments.
Cardiff firm Hugh James has lost commercial litigation and insolvency head Ian Herbert to local rival Darwin Gray.
Farrer & Co has advised on the creation of the largest UK charity for older people through the merger of Help the Aged and the UK-based affiliations of Age Concern.