Three years after pledging to reward a panel firm for its diversity efforts, BT has made good on its promise and automatically reappointed one of its advisers. BT Group has crowned Addleshaw Goddard as having the best diversity and inclusion (D&I) track record among its existing legal panel, which automatically wins the firm a spot […]
Magic circle firm Allen & Overy is mulling a sale of its legal risk management division prior to its merger with Shearman & Sterling. Aosphere is part of A&O’s advanced delivery and solutions offering, which also includes A&O consulting and flexi-lawyer business Peerpoint. Divisions performed well over the last financial year, with revenue across this […]
Addleshaw Goddard’s longstanding managing partner is to stand down from his leadership role one year early. John Joyce, the firm’s former head of business support and restructuring, has led the firm since 2014. He was re-elected for a second term in 2017 and then a third term was obtained during the Covid-19 pandemic. Joyce was always […]
The Republic of Mozambique has succeeded in keeping its litigation over the ‘tuna bonds’ scandal alive amid an attempt by Privinvest Shipbuilding to seek a partial stay of proceedings. The shipbuilding company was funded by a range of creditors, including Credit Suisse, to develop an exclusive economic zone around the Mozambique coast to develop tuna […]
CMS is the latest firm to launch an outpost in the Saudi Arabian capital. The Lawyer understands the firm has just received its licence to open from the Saudi government and is in the process of hiring a team. CMS joins a spate of firms that are looking to launch in Saudi Arabia. In July, […]
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How many people does it take to keep lawyers honest? For the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) the answer is 646. That’s how many people were employed by the body that regulates solicitors across England and Wales as of October 2022, with headcount having grown by nearly 50 since 2018. In turn, those 646 members of […]
The reimagining of the office is a hallmark of the post-pandemic era. In 2022, law firms took 1.5m sq ft of space in London, a new record, according to Knight Frank. And this isn’t a phenomenon confined to the capital: from Glasgow to Plymouth, law firms are leading the climate-friendly office revolution. The upcoming The […]
Firms are starting to pour investment into legal tech, but the same cannot be said for their clients
Deloitte is targeting growth outside of London, and it’s prepared to pay for it
Back in June, this column waxed lyrical about the coming of summer, swooping swallows, barristers sipping Pimms and the start of The Lawyer’s UK200 research. Well, summer’s gone and the roses have finished blooming. The swallows have returned to South Africa, the barristers are trudging into court and UK200 data analysis is at an end. […]
A decade after its last flurry of UK office launches, TLT is set to open in Birmingham. It will be the seventh UK office for TLT, which has long maintained a UK focus while forging strategic alliances with European firms. TLT said it has plans to house around 60 people in the city, with the […]
Trowers & Hamlins has increased borrowings from £6m to £11.3m to finance necessary investments to ensure it can remain independent. The senior leadership team told The Lawyer it wants to grow to retain and attract the best talent, but that it is not looking at a merger. The firm has instead been investing in new […]
Successful candidates who directly apply for a role at Yorkshire law firm Lupton Fawcett will now receive an onboarding bonus of up to 20 per cent of their annual salary. The initiative has been launched in an attempt to cut out the middleman – such as recruitment agencies and headhunting firms – to attract candidates […]
Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft has lost one of its disputes partners to another US rival in the CIty. Arbitration specialist Melis Acuner has joined Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan after more than five years at Cadwalader. Before that she was at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom, which she joined in 2008 as an associate […]
After nearly a decade of working with a single provider, Tesco has brought a second firm onto its property panel in its latest review. Traditionally reliant on Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner for real estate advice, the UK retailer has appointed DWF to advise on general asset management of Tesco’s property portfolio of over 3,000 stores. […]
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