Latham retains top spot as the biggest international firms in London are revealed

Latham & Watkins has topped The Lawyer’s list of the top 30 international firms in London after its 2014 UK revenue rose 27 per cent to $267m.

The firm edged out White & Case and Baker & McKenzie in the annual ranking, which this year reveals a burgeoning international market. This year’s list saw Morrison & Foerster, legacy Edwards Wildman and McDermott Will & Emery disappear from the rankings, with their places taken by Dentons, King & Wood Mallesons and new entry King & Spalding.

The report features an interview with Latham’s managing partner Jay Sadanandan, in which she reveals the secrets to the firm’s success.

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