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In brief: Smith quits Manches as Birchams recruits

Manches & Co has lost Simon Smith, the head of its company and commercial department, to Westminster firm Bircham & Co. Smith was previously senior partner at Asshetons prior to its merger with Manches & Co in 1993. Matrimonial partner John Darnton has also joined Birchams from Margaret Bennett Solicitors.

Hirst beats De Wilde in Bar Council vice-chair election

Jonathan Hirst QC has been elected vice-chairman of the Bar Council, beating veteran campaigner for greater democracy at the Bar Robin De Wilde QC. Although the Bar Council has not released the voting figures, sources say Hirst won the poll “comfortably”. It was initially thought two other candidates would stand – Julian Malins QC and […]

Saving arbitration from litigation's costly fate

Richard Freeman says a new fixed-cost arbitration scheme will benefit lawyers. Richard Freeman is a forensic accountant and an arbitrator. The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators has launched an initiative known as the London Scheme Arbitration. The London Scheme allows arbitrators to tell parties in advance the maximum amount of costs which they will be able […]

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