The Legal 500 2019 London rankings Ashurst and Hogan Lovells are the subject of this month’s cover feature – both firms that underwent large mergers in the last few years. Here we look at the firms’ London rankings in The Legal 500. For further information see ‘Inflection point’.
Baker McKenzie tops this year’s Global London rankings by headcount. Here we look at the firm’s London rankings in The Legal 500. For further information see ‘Sharks in the fish pond’.
The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2019 rankings Our cover feature this month looks at London-centric peer firms Macfarlanes and Travers Smith. Here we look at the two firms’ UK rankings in The Legal 500. For further information see ‘Defying gravity’.
Simmons & Simmons : The Legal 500 Rankings Simmons & Simmons have been going through a period of growth. For coverage of the firm’s ‘threatened revival’, see LB’s interview with the Simmons’ leadership.
Barclays legal advisers, 2017 As Barclays conducts its latest panel review we look at which firms advised on the most practice areas (five or more) in 2017 in the UK and Channel Islands. For more on Barclays and its radical overhaul of its adviser relationships, see ‘Point break’
LB100: The rise of Freeths Freeths has seen revenue almost double over the past five years (see Legal Business 100 table), and are often mentioned to our researchers by partners and general counsel alike as a firm that has significantly impressed. We take a look at the firm’s The Legal 500 rankings and some of …
DLA Piper top-tier global rankings from The Legal 500 DLA Piper has topped this year’s Legal Business 100 with revenue of £1,799.5m, an increase of 7% from last year. See our full coverage of the Legal Business 100.
UNITED STATES, 2018 Antitrust Cartel (tier 3) Civil litigation/class actions: defence (tier 1) Merger control (tier 2)
Kirkland & Ellis’ Fortune 100 representation Everyone knows Kirkland has strong ties with financial institutions, but you don’t get to be the world’s largest firm without strength in depth across other practice areas. Here’s how they represent the Fortune 100 in those.
The European region of the Client Intelligence Report received feedback from just over 2,500 in-house lawyers and legal spend decision makers. The following section offers a short overview of how clients ranked law firms in their region. Respondents were asked to score a list of key performance indicators (KPIs) on a scale of one to …