Start-ups are changing the Asian market, making in-house a more appealing prospect
Demand for warehouses has gone through the roof in the last year, meaning there’s a glut of work for the UK’s property lawyers.
2003 was a turning point in Morrisons’ advisory history, as Ashurst won its first instruction for now one of its flagship clients.
Now ‘watercooler moments’ are finally set to return, they shouldn’t be stifled by an obsession with efficiency.
Eversheds has benefited from the Government’s levelling up agenda, particularly Network Rail’s infrastructure projects.
Lawyers need to be aware of ESG if they hope to keep the business of the biggest funds
Pinsent Masons has retained 87.5 per cent of its autumn qualifying trainees, its best result in more than a decade. The firm held on to 62 of its 72 final-seat trainees in newly-qualified (NQ) positions, plus another in its public policy team, with nine departing for pastures new. Twenty-four of the NQs will be based […]
The Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) has postponed a review of its eight-firm legal panel as its owners reconsider its status as a London-listed company In July, the British aristocratic billionaire Rothermere family said it was mulling an offer to delist the business after 90 years on the London stock market. DMGT’s panel, which […]
Kirkland & Ellis has hired a Linklaters managing associate as a partner in its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) and impact practice group, a recognition of the sky-rocketing importance of the sector in investment deals and international transactional activity. Ruth Knox has joined Kirkland from Linklaters, where she was a member of the firm’s corporate, […]
White & Case has expanded its projects and finance practice in London by bringing in an in-house lawyer from Morgan Stanley. The US firm will add George Kazakov to its global project development and finance ranks. He joins from Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, where he has spent seven years and served as global investment counsel. […]
Practice heads at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) have been asked to revise their business plans in light of the recent practice restructuring, The Lawyer understands, as the firm’s implementation of Project Advance continues. Original plans were made early this year, while another round of revisions will happen at the end of 2021. It is […]
DAC Beachcroft has been appointed by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) on the sale of Blythe House The former headquarters of the Post Office Savings Bank, Blythe House is set to move to Here East – a new archive, storage and exhibition space under development near the new riverside Victoria & Albert […]
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