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Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) global arbitration co-head Charles Kaplan has resigned from the firm to join US outfit Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe. Kaplan is a specialist in international arbitration and held the dual role of co-head of global arbitration and head of the practice in Paris. It is understood that he will be moving to […]

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Hill Dickinson puts jobs at risk amid firm-wide business review

Liverpool firm Hill Dickinson is kicking off a business review that could lead to job cuts in a move blamed on the tough economic climate. The firm confirmed it would be reviewing its range of services and geographical reach and that a “limited number of teams” faced a restructuring that could cost jobs. It also […]

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