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Growing up: how to achieve rapid growth without creating reputation risk

As businesses grow and change, so the expectations of their stakeholders and the type of risk they face change too. Here we will examine three of the different reputational threats issues faced by companies that are growing quickly and who will come under greater scrutiny as they succeed.

From lockdown to lockup

Williams Lea’s Phil Muller and legal billing expert Giulia Mijuca say that accurate billing and cash collection is one of the largest concerns facing law firms today – and the process behind them needs to change.

The journey of two senior lawyers – How leadership development changed everything

This is the first in a series of articles based on a panel discussion with Caroline Skinner, the General Counsel for G4S Europe Middle East, and Ingrid van Berkel, a former Eversheds Sutherland Partner and now a TPC Leadership executive coach and facilitator. Here they unpack how their experience of leadership development resulted in explosive personal growth.

One quantitative metric to rule them all

Although the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) opened its consultation on ‘fair value for money’ in defined contribution pensions in June 2020, its update got me thinking about the proposed obligation on firms to deliver ‘fair value’ under the Consumer Duty.

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Demonstrating that it has truly recovered from its dramatic slump of 2015/16, Ashurst has seen its PEP levels soar by 31 per cent to £972,000. The first few years after the Blake Dawson merger were an uphill struggle for Ashurst financially, with the firm reporting two consecutive years of decline in 2014/15 and 2015/16 in […]

Ashurst’s managing partner reappointed a year early

Ashurst managing partner Paul Jenkins has been reappointed to the role, a year before his first term in charge was due to come to an end. Jenkins became the firm’s first Australian-based managing partner in 2016, replacing former managing partner James Collis who stepped down from the role to return to the finance practice. As […]

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Ashurst’s former managing partner exits firm

Ashurst’s former managing partner James Collis has left the firm after over a decade as a partner in its banking practice, The Lawyer can reveal. Collis was managing partner of Ashurst for four years from 2012 to 2016, before being replaced by Australian-based Paul Jenkins and returning to his work in the finance practice. Collis was […]

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