Taking his Silicon Valley expertise to Chinese internet giant Tencent, GC Brent Irvin is helping the company take on the digital status quo with the likes of WeChat
Along with the other world accountancy titans, Ernst & Young is considering launching a legal arm, says its GC for UK and Ireland, Lisa Cameron
Leo Dezoysa, legal boss at the company that holds the rights to Agatha Christie’s works, finds it very strange that more law students don’t plump for the in-house life
Through boom, crash and revolution, banknote printer De La Rue keeps the world’s currencies flowing under the watchful eye of intrepid legal director Douglas Denham
General counsel Carol Hui and her small team are guiding Heathrow through turbulent times
Lloyds Banking Group has unveiled the name of its general counsel for group legal, parachuting corporate and M&A head Hugh Pugsley into the role in the latest in a series of senior legal management moves.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has named former Burges Salmon transport head Nick Olley as general counsel.
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, the former firm of Twitter general counsel Vijaya Gadde and former legal chief Alexander Macgillivray, has been pegged as Twitter’s main legal adviser after the site yesterday tweeted its intent to submit for an IPO.
A former Slaughter and May partner has been named general counsel for the newly-established Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), while the former executive director of the Office of Fair Trading (OFT), Sonya Branch, will become director of enforcement.
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