Related briefings

Court of Appeal determines scope of several exceptions to the without prejudice rule

In its judgment in Berkeley Square Holdings & Ors v Lancer Property Asset Management Ltd & Ors, the Court of Appeal has provided important clarification of the scope of three separate exceptions to without prejudice privilege, including one which has never previously been applied in England, and another for which the legal basis has been notoriously unclear.

Latest Briefings

Recommended

Slovenia

Balkan firm Karanovic & Nikolic expands to Slovenia with local hire

Balkan firm Karanovic & Nikolic has opened an office in Slovenia, extending its coverage across the states of the former Yugoslavia. The firm has hired partner Marko Ketler from local firm ODI Law to head up the new venture, and is planning to increase the size of the office to around five lawyers over the […]

paris sacre coeur montmartre france
1

Gide turns to Baker & McKenzie for senior operational hire

Gide Loyrette Nouel has hired Baker & McKenzie’s Paris general director as its first secretary-general, responsible for implementing the firm’s corporate strategy. Frédérique Misk-Malher will be in charge of all Gide’s support functions and its accounts and financial reporting division. She is tasked particularly with supporting the firm’s executive committee and heading strategic and cross-departmental […]

Conyers Dill & Pearman advises Autohome Inc. on its secondary offering

Conyers Dill & Pearman has provided Cayman Islands legal advice to Autohome Inc. and BVI legal advice to the BVI subsidiary in connection with a secondary offering in the US of 1,500,000 class A ordinary shares. Autohome Inc is an online destination for automobile consumers in China. Anna Chong of Conyers’ Hong Kong office advised […]

6

BLP elects employment head Lisa Mayhew as managing partner

Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) partners have elected head of employment Lisa Mayhew as managing partner effective 1 May.  Last week The Lawyer revealed the two would go head-to-head today in the firm’s first contested managing partner election for 16 years (29 January 2015). Incumbent managing partner Neville Eisenberg is expected to make a play for […]

Deadly bull attack case: No5 Chambers lawyer represents HSE

In a health and safety prosecution concerning a dairy farm before Stafford Crown Court, Tim Pole of No5 Chambers acted for the HSE.  The company and director had on an earlier occasion pleaded guilty to health and safety offences of failing to ensure the safety of employees and failing to have a suitable risk assessment […]

Find legal roles

Make your next move with The Lawyer Careers. Search and apply for thousands of vacancies, or receive email alerts for new roles when they go live. Whether you're looking at private practice, in-house legal or an exciting business support role, you'll find your future here.

Search vacancies