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A senior lawyer at Uber has been hired as the new general counsel of holiday and leisure company Bourne Leisure. Helen Hayes trained in private practice at DLA Piper where she practised as an associate in the commercial litigation department for 10 years. She then spent six years climbing the ranks at Uber covering Northern […]
Shoosmiths has launched its first ever firmwide bonus scheme as part of its newly-minted reward strategy.
Exeter-headquartered Ashfords is making plans to secure the longevity of the firm, whether that be through merger, acquisition or organic growth. CEO Louise Workman said the firm’s financials have stabilised following the “bizarre” Covid-19 years, meaning now is the time to start considering the future of Ashfords. She explained: “Now that we’ve sorted out the […]
A reduction in lawyer headcount and the strengthening pound is to blame for HFW’s revenue falling from £200.2m to £198.7m over 2021/22, The Lawyer has been told. The 0.8 per cent dip stands in contrast to the previous year, when HFW broke the £200m barrier due to a 2.6 per cent growth in turnover from […]
Paul Hastings has hired its latest London partner from Baker McKenzie, expanding its intellectual property team. Jason Raeburn joins the ranks of the firm after 12 years at Baker McKenzie. He specialises in intellectual property disputes relating to software development and licensing, cloud, and AI-related implementations. Raeburn also has experience intechnology litigation and product counseling […]
Mishcon de Reya is reconsidering other forms of investment to replace funds it had earmarked from its now postponed IPO. The firm has commenced costly plans to revamp its practice management system, kickstarting the two-year process this summer to redesign its tech platforms. The aim is to create a frictionless environment for lawyers to service […]
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