E&Y hire maintains TwoBirds’ Italy growth

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Bird & Bird has raided Ernst & Young’s (E&Y) Italian corporate practice as it continues its European hiring spree. The departure of M&A partner Edoardo Courir is the second this year for E&Y’s corporate practice in Italy, after department head Paolo Tanoni left earlier in the year for Lovells. In the past few months, Bird […]

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The Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has finally announced its new president, more than eight months after Sir Christopher Bellamy retired from the post. Landing the top job is Gerald Barling QC of Brick Court Chambers, whose promotion to the Queen’s Bench was announced earlier this month. Barling, who took silk in 1991, represented the successful […]

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East Midlands firm Shacklocks has acquired Don Partridge’s sole practitioner firm Partridge’s in Allestree, Derby. Shacklocks has eight offices spread across the East Midlands and Partridge’s move is aimed to strengthen itslegal and financial services expertise in rural and suburban Derbyshire , where the firm now has five offices.

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