15 October 2007

Matrix founder Blake joins bench

Matrix Chambers is to lose founding member Nicholas Blake QC to the bench. Matrix Chambers is to lose founding member Nicholas Blake QC to the bench. Blake, who was called to the bar in 1974 and took silk 20 years later, will be taking up his judicial post in the Queen’s Bench Division after being […]

Matrix founder Blake joins bench

Matrix Chambers is to lose founding member Nicholas Blake QC to the bench. Matrix Chambers is to lose founding member Nicholas Blake QC to the bench. Blake, who was called to the bar in 1974 and took silk 20 years later, will be taking up his judicial post in the Queen’s Bench Division after being […]

Greenwoods launches in Manchester

Personal injury boutique Greenwoods is gearing up for aggressive growth after launching an office in Manchester. Greenwoods has recruited Beachcroft partner Mike Suddards to head its Manchester office, who leaves after 25 years with the firm. Suddards, a catastrophe personal injury (PI) specialist, joins Greenwoods with two members of his Beachcroft team: catastrophe PI specialist […]

Greenwoods launches in Manchester

Personal injury boutique Greenwoods is gearing up for aggressive growth after launching an office in Manchester. Greenwoods has recruited Beachcroft partner Mike Suddards to head its Manchester office, who leaves after 25 years with the firm. Suddards, a catastrophe personal injury (PI) specialist, joins Greenwoods with two members of his Beachcroft team: catastrophe PI specialist […]

BBC legal team escapes job cuts

BBC’s legal team is to escape the impending 1,800 job cuts unscathed and is planning to increase the size of its legal department. The first of the new appointments is Herbert Smith associate Nicholas Wilcox, who joins the litigation team on 19 November. “The legal team is not anticipating any changes,” said a spokesperson for […]

BBC legal team escapes job cuts

BBC’s legal team is to escape the impending 1,800 job cuts unscathed and is planning to increase the size of its legal department. The first of the new appointments is Herbert Smith associate Nicholas Wilcox, who joins the litigation team on 19 November. “The legal team is not anticipating any changes,” said a spokesperson for […]

Lovells plays to its strengths

It made a change yesterday to unearth a UK firm in New York that didn’t have a strategic plan of getting into the top tier of US M&A. Globally, a resurgent Lovells has hired 22 partners in less than a year. It made a change yesterday (18 October) to unearth a UK firm in New […]

Lovells plays to its strengths

It made a change yesterday to unearth a UK firm in New York that didn’t have a strategic plan of getting into the top tier of US M&A. Globally, a resurgent Lovells has hired 22 partners in less than a year. It made a change yesterday (18 October) to unearth a UK firm in New […]

Another partner quits McDermott in London

McDermott Will & Emery has suffered the loss of its London head of IP, Larry Cohen, who has defected to US rivals Latham & Watkins. The firm has suffered a high number of high profile departures recently including former corporate head, William Charnley, who moved to Mayer Brown earlier this month and former head of […]

Another partner quits McDermott in London

McDermott Will & Emery has suffered the loss of its London head of IP, Larry Cohen, who has defected to US rivals Latham & Watkins. The firm has suffered a high number of high profile departures recently including former corporate head, William Charnley, who moved to Mayer Brown earlier this month and former head of […]

Clifford Chance wins landmark death row reprieve

Clifford Chance has succeeded in its attempt to secure a stay of execution for Jack Alderman, the US’s longest-serving death row prisoner. On Wednesday (17 October), Alderman was moved to the execution building in his Georgia jail. He was being prepared for execution when news of the stay came through at 4pm eastern time yesterday […]

Clifford Chance wins landmark death row reprieve

Clifford Chance has succeeded in its attempt to secure a stay of execution for Jack Alderman, the US’s longest-serving death row prisoner. On Wednesday (17 October), Alderman was moved to the execution building in his Georgia jail. He was being prepared for execution when news of the stay came through at 4pm eastern time yesterday […]

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