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Ashton KCJ restructures partnership in wake of merger

East Anglian firm Ashton KCJ is planning to overhaul its partnership structure, switching from a two-tier partnership to an all-equity partnership model with a modified lockstep system. The move follows the first full financial year after the October 2011 merger between regional firms Ashton Graham and Kester Cunningham John (5 January 2011) Ashton KCJ’s partnership […]

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Ogier is shortlisted for Citywealth International Financial Centre Awards

Ogier has been shortlisted for the Citywealth International Financial Centre Awards in two categories: the Jersey Trust Company of the Year and the Law Firm of the Year Jersey. These two shortlists build on Ogier’s success at the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards in May 2013, when Ogier Private Finance won the Trust Company of the […]

DLA Piper receives Gold Standard Certification from WILEF for second year

DLA Piper has received Gold Standard Certification from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) for the second consecutive year. WILEF’s Gold Standard Certification is the only initiative directed toward certifying, and broadly celebrating and publicising, eligible law firms that have integrated women into the highest leadership positions in the firm. To qualify for certification, […]

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AIG to announce cost-cutting panel line-up within weeks

Insurance giant AIG is to reveal its new legal panel next month following a review of its Emea advisers. The insurance giant kicked off a revamp of its regional roster earlier this year (14 March 2013) and is expected to reduce the number of firms appointed as well as change its structure.  Insiders say the […]

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