Partners de-equitised in Linklaters shake-up

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Last week The Lawyer reported on US law firms’ continued assault on the UK’s magic circle. Shearman & Sterling poached senior corporate partner Peter King from Linklaters and Davis Polk & Wardwell recruited its first UK lawyer in Nick Segal, Allen & Overy’s (A&O) highly-rated insolvency partner. The high-profile raids follow Milbank Tweed Hadley & […]

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