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TW fills gap with new head of telecoms

Taylor Wessing has named Alcatel-Lucent corporate counsel Patrick Clark as its new head of telecoms, replacing Ted Mercer who joined Edwin Coe earlier this year. Clark is rejoining the City firm following a five-year hiatus at the French ­telecoms giant. He trained at the firm before moving up to senior associate over the course of a 10-year career. Clark, who […]

London corporate to spearhead Hogan Lovells’ staff integration

HOGAN Lovells’ London corporate practice has put in place a series of measures to encourage speedier ­integration between each side of the merged firm. In the most innovative move, the expanded corporate team is encouraging former Lovells partners to work with ex-Hogan & Hartson associates on new instructions. The policy is initially being carried out on an ad hoc basis, […]

Pinsents scores six from dissolving Roiter Zucker

PINSENT Masons is hiring a team of six lawyers that together form the bulk of the life sciences boutique Roiter Zucker. Equity partner Clare Tunstall will join the equity at Pinsents, bringing senior associates Anna Feros and David Bloom and three associates with her. They start on 1 June and are expected to contribute a book of business in excess […]

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