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Leeds firm Walker Morris has promoted two lawyers to its partnership, along with eight new directors.
Gordons has been instructed on potential JR proceedings by descendants of Richard III, who want the remains of the last Plantagenet king to be buried in York.
Pinsent Masons and a City team from US firm Locke Lord have advised on the sale from administration of the UK subsidiary of motorcycle clothing and accessories retailer Hein Gericke.
Yorkshire firm Gordons has become the first to announce financial results for the 2011-12 financial year, recording growth of 8.6 per cent.
Yorkshire firms Keeble Hawson and HLW Commercial Lawyers have merged to form one of the region’s biggest legal practices.
North West set Exchange Chambers has added three members and a senior clerk to its nascent Leeds office.
North West set Exchange Chambers is to open an office in Leeds in a bid to build a chambers powerhouse in the North.
Addleshaw Goddard, DLA Piper, Eversheds and Pinsent Masons have advised on a £400m Building Schools for the Future (BSF) scheme in Hull.
Halliwells’ Sheffield office has been left with just four partners after being raided by Beachcroft and Kennedys.
Manchester-based Kings Chambers has appointed Nicholas Braslavsky QC as head of the set.
Plexus Law has strengthened its links with insurance giant QBE by acquiring the insurance practice of Whitfield Hallam Goodall.
Yorkshire’s investment in technology and manufacturing means the region’s law firms are escaping the worst effects of the recession. By James Swift...
Leeds set Zenith Chambers is the latest set to embrace the role of chief executive, with the retirement of practice director Rob Butchard prompting the move.
Litigation boutique Stewarts Law is to launch an antitrust litigation practice after poaching Eversheds litigator Jonathan Sinclair.
The former national head of IP at Addleshaw Goddard has joined forces with niche IP firm Robinsons to create a new IP boutique called Kempner Robinson.
California-based Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins has instructed Cherie Booth QC of Matrix Chambers to investigate whether two UK local authorities can lead a US class action against the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Nabarro has become the latest in a line of firms to start a redundancy consultation, reviewing a total of 22 jobs across its offices in London and Sheffield.
Up to 43 members of staff are set to lose their jobs at Leeds firm Fox Hayes, taking the total number of UK 200 redundancies to 722.
South Yorkshire's traditional coal and steel industries are back in vogue, as the demand for energy increases and North Sea gas reaches its end. And local lawyers are reaping the rewards.
Yorkshire has undergone a renaissance in terms of professional services; with integrated and international the two factors defining the direction of the legal market.