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Clifford Chance partner heads to new firm

A finance partner from Clifford Chance has left the firm after 20 years for a new role. Antony Single will join the asset finance team at New-York-headquartered firm Pillsbury. Single advises on financing with a focus on the aviation and defense space and when it comes to airline restructurings and workouts. At the magic circle […]

Shearman bulks up in leveraged finance with Milbank hire

Shearman & Sterling is boosting its City leveraged finance ranks with a new hire, this time from Milbank. The US firm has recruited special counsel Rahul Chatterji, who will join as a partner to help develop the practice. The addition comes as the firm recently brought in Sanjeev Dhuna from Allen & Overy. An expert […]

Wedlake Bell and Moon Beever agree July merger

London firms Wedlake Bell and Moon Beever are to merge as of 12 July 2021. Wedlake Bell ranked 87th in The Lawyer UK 200 in 2020 with revenue of £37.7m. The firm’s core groups are real estate, private client and business services, with disputes work integrated into all three. Last year’s revenue breakdown saw real […]

Solicitors Regulation Authority

Hill Dickinson partner struck off over exaggerated billing figures

A City partner has been struck off after the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) found she had inflated her billing figures when applying for partnership roles at other firms. The SDT ruled that Tracey Ann Sheehan had acted dishonestly in providing false figures when she successfully applied for partnership roles at Dentons in 2015 and Hill […]

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