With one of the City’s most revered finance practices, Allen & Overy (A&O) was on call for many of its banking clients post-Lehman. Co-head of banking Philip Bowden looks back on how the crisis was a turning point for the firm’s lawyers.
Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison chairman Brad Karp talks to The Lawyer about what law firm leaders can learn from the crisis. In many respects, the financial crisis feels like a lifetime ago; in others, it feels like just yesterday. The economic upheaval brought about by the crisis created secular change, the repercussions of […]
Gibson Dunn London head of corporate Charlie Geffen talks to The Lawyer about his experience during the global financial crisis and what law firms should learn from the last 10 years as part of our global financial crisis coverage.
A decade since the global financial crisis, UK 200 has underlined the extent to which international expansion via office openings and laterals has driven the financial fortunes of a swathe of mid-tier firms.
Paul Hastings partner David Ereira acted for Lehman Brothers administrator PricewaterhouseCoopers while he was at Linklaters in 2009. Here, he tells the story behind the collapse and what we can learn from it almost a decade later.