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Way back in the less enlightened days of 2008, Herbert Smith was already doing its bit for a better society when it began providing “cultural integration” courses for associates (see story). The fact that most of those singled out for cultural adjustment (sorry, integration) were drawn from Herbies’ Indian network was surely purely coincidental? Things […]

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US firms enjoy improved fortunes in French market

Two-thirds of the top US firms in France saw their revenues rise last year and, according to research by Juristes Associés, a total of 12 US firms made it into the country’s top 50 firms by turnover in 2009-10. Latham & Watkins remains way ahead of its rivals after posting a turnover of e90.3m (£75.31m), […]

The billing bounce

So much for the pressure on pricing. So much for a paradigm shift in the business of law. Today’s astonishing findings from costs lawyer Jim Diamond (see page 4-5) shed an entirely new, and in some quarters probably not entirely welcome, light on the past couple of years’ trading environment for the UK’s leading lawyers. […]

Debevoise beefs up London practice with Travers hire

US firm Debevoise & Plimpton has expanded its London private equity practice with the hire of Travers Smith partner David Innes. Innes departs after a decade at the City firm, where one of his key relationships was with private equity house Bridgepoint Capital, which he advised on its £955m sale of retailer Pets at Home […]

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