Following on from the first Leave a Legacy interview, Global Leaders in Law talks with Keith Schilling, Chairman and Senior Partner at Schillings, about what outstanding leadership means to him.
Charities and the authorities have reported a surge in cyberstalking incidents over the last 18 months.
Google’s dominance over online search effectively means that your reputation is largely determined by the first page of results which appear about you.
Keith Schilling, Chairman and Senior Partner at Schillings, shares what outstanding leadership means to him, and discusses the importance of D&I, how mentoring impacted his career, and what inspired him to set up his own firm.
Work experience is a great way to inspire young people to pursue careers in competitive industries which they may otherwise not even consider. But when work experience typically involves going into offices to see the job first-hand, what happens when no one can leave the house? With offices closed during lockdown, the pandemic has had […]
This briefing discusses the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) market in Luxembourg, the demand for Jersey Private Funds, and why the pressure is on to take environmental, social and governance (ESG) seriously.
Cleantech small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are spurring the shift to clean technology, with a goal of achieving net-zero emissions in Canada within the next 30 years. As such, they are looking to Canada’s capital markets to grow their businesses and expand operations.
The EU agrees that British data protection standards are sufficient to receive an adequacy decision before the end of the month.
Watch the presentation on how to be a strategic problem solver.
The ever-present scourge of investment fraud currently perpetrated through online platforms presents a growing problem for law enforcement and regulators alike. One significant benefit that Brexit has brought to this situation is that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) can now take action against online platforms, whereas previously the EU rules on advertising financial products did not encompass Google and similar platforms.
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Firms could soon be forced to disclose their clients to secure green mandates
Pounds, not dollars, should be the weapon of choice in the NQ pay war.
Firms with spacious offices are the ones that will return to work the fastest.
With law firm revenues on the rise, clients are looking for efficiencies
The challenges are mounting for Stephenson Harwood CEO Eifion Morris
The magic circle don’t have a penchant for hiring in new partners externally, so when they do, the market takes note.
Dechert has concluded a review of its secretarial function in London, with nine individuals taking voluntary redundancies. The nine people who took the opportunity included six part-time individuals and three full-time ones. They received an enhanced package and outplacement support upon leaving the firm. Meanwhile, the firm’s City office has restructured the secretarial function. The […]
Pinsent Masons is the latest firm to increase its NQ salaries as the rest of the legal market starts to play catch-up with recent hikes at the top end. For those based in the firm’s London office, associates will now be paid a salary of £75,000, which is an increase of £2,500 on last year. […]
Baker McKenzie has sent out a guide for hybrid meeting etiquette as part of its new agile working policy. For when it returns to the office later in the summer, the firm has introduced a “2+2+1” approach to remote working – BAgile – meaning people can work two days in the office, two from home, […]
The High Court has ruled against Linklaters’ client Kelkoo in a £1bn competition scrap with Google. The outcome is an early win for Google, represented by Herbert Smith Freehills, which is being challenged for allegedly breaching competition law by unlawfully abusing its dominant position and causing European price comparison service Kelkoo significant loss and damage. […]
Slaughter and May is set to overhaul its executive team through the appointment of a managing partner and chief operating officer (COO). Executive partner Paul Stacey and practice partner David Wittmann will be replaced by a managing partner and COO upon their retirement in April 2022. The managing partner position will take on the functions […]
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) will expect its workforce to attend the office for the majority of their working hours, as it outlines its future arrangements. From early September, its lawyers and staff globally will be encouraged to work from the office for “the majority of the time”, a statement from the firm said. The […]
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