‘Activity was phenomenal after a slow start’: Greenberg sustains global growth for tenth consecutive year
Greenberg Traurig has announced a 6% increase in revenue, reaching $2.3bn, while PEP rose 4%, climbing from $2.32m to $2.4m.
‘Feels good to be bold’ – Freshfields executes on New York private capital ambitions with hire of Latham PE pair
In what will be viewed by rivals as a further shot across the bows, Freshfields has continued to make determined inroads with its US strategy, this time hiring private equity M&A partners Neal Reenan and Ian Bushner in New York from Latham & Watkins.
London partners overlooked as A&O Shearman reveals post-merger leadership
Allen & Overy and Shearman & Sterling today announced (1 March) the names of the key leadership term that will head A&O Shearman once the $3.5bn merger completes on 1 May – with no UK-based partners making the line-up.
Revolving doors: moves in energy and infrastructure as DLA adds partners in the City
DLA Piper leads this week’s round of strategic hires with a quartet of notable additions to its London office.
Legal Business Global London survey – submissions close soon
The Global London survey window will be closing on Friday 23 February. We invite all participating firms to complete the survey.
Paul Weiss continues London expansion as Magic Circle responds in US
The lateral hiring market for December and January was once again dominated by Paul Weiss’ impressive recruitment efforts in the City, resulting in the Magic Circle stepping it up in the US.
LB318 – issue menu
Brand new analysis, including our annual Euro Elite survey looking at the performance of independent players in Europe. This edition looks at Baker McKenzie’s strategy; the booming infrastructure market; a fraud case worthy of a Netflix documentary; Goodwin private equity partner Richard Lever on being inspired by The Godfather; and how to avoid being remembered for the wrong reasons in your Legal Business Awards entries + much more.
Financial Regulatory and Disputes Summit: Stranger than fiction
In a standout panel discussion, a group of disputes luminaries came together to discuss a fraud case worthy of a Netflix documentary. What lessons have been learned?
‘Bolder, pragmatic, more proactive’: Regulators bare teeth, but will they bite?
2024 started with uncharacteristically decisive action from the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, when in January it issued its joint highest-ever fine against Clyde & Co, following a slew of anti-money laundering breaches.
The Client Profile: Nigel Paterson, Currys
Currys’ GC discusses shifting from telecoms to the consumer industry, extols the value of a blame-free culture, and confesses his love of singing Kate Bush in the shower
Life During Law: Richard Lever
The Goodwin PE partner on being inspired by The Godfather and loving disco
The In-House Lawyer Autumn 2023 edition covers commercial litigation, intellectual property and fintech issues in law.