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Media firm Michael Simkins has hired Tim Curtis as a partner in the firm’s film and television group. He was previously a name partner at niche media firm Harrison Curtis. Proskauer Rose has poached two corporate lawyers from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. Daniel Eisner joins as a corporate partner in the New York […]

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Five sets pick off Three Fountain Court remains

A total of five sets of chambers have benefited from the dissolution of Birmingham Three Fountain Court by picking off new tenants. England’s two largest regional sets, St Philips and No 5 Chambers, have taken the bulk of Three Fountain Court’s members. St Philips has agreed to take on 18 members including criminal silks Stephen […]

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