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Harbottles loses music head to Sheridans

Harbottle & Lewis has lost the head of its music practice to a rival west-end firm. James Sully, who is particularly known for his expertise in relation to live music, will join entertainmennt boutique Sheridans in September. He becomes the latest in a long line of high-profile music partner departures at Harbottles. Over the years […]

Magister and Legas set to form CIS litigation powerhouse

Ukrainian firm Magister & Partners and Russian litigation boutique Legas Legal Solutions have signalled their intention to merge, agreeing to an exclusive alliance that will create a 10-partner firm based in Kyiv and Moscow. The merged entity will house 75 lawyers and have an expected annual turnover of $18m (£9.77m). It will operate under the […]

Camerons, Linklaters secure work on Wellcome Trust bond issue

CMS Cameron McKenna and Linklaters are working on the final stages of the landmark bond from the Wellcome Trust, the first of its kind in the UK market. The proposed £500m note is the first corporate-style bond issue by a not-for-profit organisation in the UK. The Wellcome Trust is hoping to attract pension funds through […]

Bakers London breaks £100m as profits jump 10 per cent

Baker & McKenzie has released provisional figures for its London office for 2005-06. They show a 9 per cent increase in revenues and a slightly higher 10.5 per cent rise in average profit per partner. Both increases are considerably below the market averages for the UK, which were reported by The Lawyer as a 13 […]

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