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Newcastle-based Dickinson Dees has hired corporate specialist Mark Warburton, a founding partner of Geordie rival Watson Burton‘s Leeds office. Warburton joins Dickinsons’ York office on 1 May, which was opened officially in February following the December 2006 merger with Leeds-based corporate boutique Philip Ashworth & Co (The Lawyer, 11 December 2006). His hire comes just […]

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The Lawyer’s coverage relating to the miners’ compensation scheme (9 April) made depressingly familiar reading to defendant lawyers. The Woolf Reforms were introduced to increase speed and reduce cost. Since 1999 the cost of claims had risen inexorably and 40 per cent of insurers’ outlay now goes to solicitors. It is little wonder that we […]

Mcdermott lands bnp paribas CDO work

McDermott Will & Emery won a pitch to advise BNP Paribas on the multi-currency collateralised debt obligation (CDO) of leveraged loans for Pemba Credit Advisers. Partner Steven Black led the team advising the bank as the lead arranger on the ?558m (£379.76m) CDO for Pemba Credit Advisers, a subsidiary of hedge fund manager Man Group. […]

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