Practice to start with a small number of US lawyers and seek to recruit locally.
A guide to ceasing to act and how to avoid any reputational damage.
The four members of the Pacific Alliance trade bloc are attracting growing interest from international firms.
A City thought-leader believes he can help clever lawyers avoid doing silly things.
The latest data page figures, compiled by Moneyfacts, are now available.
Near-shoring is growing in popularity as law firms seek to cut their wage bills and property overheads.
Criminal defence specialists are hurting and career prospects are bleak. But many retain the appetite to fight for a viable future.
Debate around judicial review has made headlines in recent weeks with proposed government reforms being the subject of heated debate in the House of Lords.
Australia’s mining boom helped to entice firms from the northern hemisphere. But while the legal services market has lost some of its lustre, local alliances are helping international firms do more business there.
Firms can succeed in the current climate. All they need is a clear selling point – one that is communicated effectively.
I’m not in a good mood on Friday afternoons – please don’t call me with sales pitches and concerns about aliens.
What have we learnt from the Beeb’s winter dramas featuring the legal profession?
Kelly Walter, Amy Fowlston and Lisa Molinari join the Yorkshire firm at its Sheffield office.
Tony Norwood now a director in its corporate finance team.
Kathy Honeywood will be relocating to Singapore in May to head the firm’s tier-one corporate practice in south-east Asia.
Firm appoints family law specialist and mediator Grant Cameron.