Field Fisher Waterhouse associate Rachel Tan found herself unwittingly on page three of The Sun last week, according to one of Tulkinghorn’s less cultured colleagues. Fortunately for Tan, it was Nikkala, 21, from Middlesex, who stole the limelight. Tan, meanwhile, was rather coyly covering up for her client Warner Brothers, which apparently makes films about young wizards. The intrepid reporter from The Sun, hot on the trail of the title of the next Harry Potter epic, managed to trace a trademark application to Tan’s door, despite getting in a terrible muddle with his patents and trademarks. Despite the undisputed charms of Nikkala (she’s 21 and from Middlesex, don’t you know), Tulkinghorn is determined to stick to more cerebral reading where such mistakes simply do not happen.
Baker & McKenzie has raided the Dallas office of Jenkens & Gilchrist, taking four lawyers, including the national leader of Jenkens’ health law practice Ken Gordon.Gordon is joined by partner Wilson Jones and associates Nneka Egbuniwe and Pamela Nix.North American managing partner John Conroy said: “In the face of rising costs, higher patient demands and […]