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White & Case targets US growth by 2020 with Chicago launch

White & Case is making good on its promise to expand in the US, launching its second new office in the country this year. The firm is to open its doors in Chicago hiring Greenberg Traurig private equity partner Gary Silverman and former White & Case white collar associate Carolyn Gurland, who has been working […]

White & Case continues litigation push with Addleshaws hire

White & Case is to hire its second litigation lateral of the year, recruiting from Addleshaw Goddard’s regulatory team in London. The US powerhouse has taken on Addleshaws City partner Chris Brennan, who joined the UK firm over six years ago from Lloyds Bank. He is a litigation partner specialising in regulatory investigations and enforcement. This […]

White & Case relocates City PE partner to Dubai office

White & Case is relocating several members of its London private equity practice to Dubai, nearly two years after the firm lost two corporate partners in the region to Winston & Strawn. Partner Marcus Booth is moving over to lead the firm’s private equity practice in the Middle East with a small team of London associates […]

White & Case overhauls London management for first time in a decade

White & Case’s longstanding London head Oliver Brettle has stood down from his position after a decade in charge. Employment partner Brettle was appointed as London executive partner in 2008 and will be replaced by US-qualified securities lawyer Melissa Butler. Butler worked at the now-dissolved US firm Thacher Proffitt & Wood from 2001 to 2006 […]

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Kirkland enters associate pay battle with “one time summer bonus”

Kirkland & Ellis has waded into the battle for US associate pay, joining trendsetter Cravath Swaine & Moore in offering the highest rates to its most senior lawyers. Kirkland is also paying a “one time special summer bonus” this year to US associates and its non-share partners, which is understood to reach up to $25,000. An […]

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