Deutsche Bank has selected three of its panel firms to take on trainees who need to complete contentious seats as part of their training contract. Herbert Smith Freehills, Simmons & Simmons and Norton Rose Fulbright are the three to have been selected from a panel that contains a number of silver circle, magic circle and […]
Listed water services company Pennon Group has finalised its first panel review under its new general counsel, with Allen & Overy and Slaughter and May among those appointed. The other firms with places on the panel are Ashfords, Burges Salmon, Charles Russell Speechly, Squire Patton Boggs, TLT and Winston & Strawn. The selected firms will […]
A partner duo from Brown Rudnick is leaving the firm’s London office for PCB Byrne, The Lawyer can reveal. Neil Micklethwaite, Brown Rudnick’s London managing partner, is to make the move, along with fellow partner Olga Bischof. The pair specialises in complex litigation, regulatory investigations and fraud matters, with a particular focus on disputes relating […]
Stephenson Harwood’s turnover increased 11 per cent during the last financial year, as firms across the country prepare to announce their results for 2022/23. The firm posted a revenue figure of £228m, up from its flat £206m the previous financial year. It is the first time the firm has posted positive revenue figures in three […]
Latham & Watkins is boosting its equity capital markets practice with the hire of a Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer partner, known for advising on some of the City’s largest IPOs. Mark Austin is leaving the magic circle firm after over two decades to join Latham’s capital markets and public company representation practice. He joined as a […]
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This report contains: a brief look at the latest trends in life sciences sparked or accelerated by Covid-19 analysis of the main law firms working in the area across the spectrum of contentious and non-contentious practices insight into the 100 largest UK life sciences deals since 2020
This report contains stratification of the market by firmwide headcount at the domestic Italian firms comparison to the international firms that are present there context for how the market has reached this point following the era of mass privatisation in Italy
This report contains: a ranking of the largest chambers by tenant headcount in the last financial year a look at the changes in headcount over the past year, barristers’ year of call, retention rates and gender diversity data from The Lawyer‘s Litigation Tracker offering insight into which chambers feature most in some of the main […]
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The hub model of using a particular city is a tried, tested and proven method of a firm being present in one place while retaining the ability to plug into work from the wider region. Singapore has long played that role for South East Asia, then there’s Miami for Latin America, and for Central and […]
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Significant salary hikes provoke outrage among the legal elite. “Newly qualified lawyers are paid how much?” is the common response to the latest NQ pay jump. Still, at well over £100,000 a pop for a lawyer straight from university, it’s a fair question. This level of pay at a time when costs are spiralling is […]
Addleshaw Goddard and Gowling WLG have led on the purchase of milk testing company National Milk Records by Associated British Foods. A team from Addleshaws advised longstanding client Associated British Foods, a conglomerate that owns brands such as Primark, Twinings and Allinsons. Partner Simon Wood led the firm’s team, along with legal director Jeremy Cruse […]
Shearman & Sterling has taken another hit in the City, losing a structured finance partner to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. James Duncan has spent over a decade at Shearman. He advises on cross-border deals including buy-side and sell-side equity solutions and financing. Upon joining the magic circle firm, Duncan is expected to work closely […]
Defendant insurance firm Plexus has filed a notice of intention to appoint an administrator, having confirmed last week that its investors had pulled back their support. According to the public filing system, both Plexus Law and Plexus Legal have applied to the High Court to appoint an administrator. Macfarlanes has been appointed as its representative. […]
Welcome back to The Passport, your weekly roundup of the most impactful stories from across the European continent. This week, Vienna’s importance to the European legal community appears to be increasing, Milan was named as the home of the third court of the UPC’s central division and a Brussels-based trade and sanctions boutique makes a […]
Join the Slaughter and May partnership – and then move out. That’s what new Slaughters partner Hemita Sumanasuriya is doing when he joins the Takeover Panel as its secretary for a two-year secondment starting in September. Sumanasuriya has been a Slaughters’ partner for just two months, having been promoted in the firm’s most recent round […]
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