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Life sciences venture capital group Abingworth Management has retained Richards Butler’s prospective merger partner Proskauer Rose as its main adviser on US matters. Claire Wilkinson, Abingworth’s general counsel, turned to Proskauer Rose following the demise of Boston-based technology and venture capital powerhouse Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault. Prior to Testa’s shock dissolution last month, the firm handled the […]

Beachcrofts in triple raid to bolster construction

Beachcroft Wansbroughs has bolstered its construction team with the hire of three new partners. In London, Tony Blackler joins Beachcrofts from Macfarlanes where he is a partner in the firm’s property group. Blackler specialises in contentious construction work but also has a non-contentious practice. Meanwhile in Birmingham and Bristol respectively, Beachcrofts has recruited Shoosmiths associate […]

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Intelli Corporate Finance’s chief operating officer Stewart McIntyre was appointed chief executive of Scottish firm Henderson Boyd Jackson in January 2005. A strategic review at the firm concluded that a non-legal chief executive was needed to modernise its core legal business and drive expansion. Campbell Hooper has bolstered its private client team with the hire […]

Wilmer Cutler posts 14 per cent revenue hike

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr has recorded a strong performance in its first full financial year as a merged firm. The firm’s turnover for 2004 was $750m. That figure is up an impressive 14 per cent on a combined total for Wilmer Cutler & Pickering ($334m) and Hale & Dorr ($325m) in 2003. The […]

Fourth Hammonds partner joins construction exodus

Hammonds has been hit by the news that it is to lose its fourth construction partner since the start of the year, but is making up for the loss with a lateral hire from DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary. London-based David Savage has handed in his resignation to join Charles Russell as the firm’s head of […]

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