With Magic Circle rivals Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer having recently remodelled their remuneration structures following pay pressure from more profitable US firms, Linklaters has plans of its own.
Moore pulls together proposals for flexible model as lockstep set to evolve With Magic Circle rivals Clifford Chance, Allen & Overy and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer having recently remodelled their remuneration structures following pay pressure from more profitable US firms, Linklaters has plans of its own.
I’m the fifth of six children. By child five, your parents are very relaxed. You can do what you want! I grew up in a small town in Ireland. I was trying to decide whether to do law or medicine and two sisters were junior doctors, working through the night. I thought: ‘That looks hard …
There is a price war raging in the London arbitration market that has led law firm leaders to question their commitment to the practice. Is the bubble bursting? Arbitration was a practice area until recently seen by many managing partners as reliably high margin and partner-driven but for how much longer? According to a growing …
My parents were professional ballroom dancers. My father managed the Arthur Murray studios on 5th Avenue. They met in the office and had a secret relationship. One day they got on the subway down to City Hall and got married on their lunch hour. Have you heard the saying: ‘The cobbler’s son goes shoeless?’ Well, …
With longstanding K&L Gates leader Peter Kalis set to step down early next year, the firm has picked Michael Caccese and James Segerdahl to succeed him.
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Six High Court judges have been promoted to the Court of Appeal including well-regarded Commercial Court judge Mr Justice Flaux.
HP Inc, the largest successor company of Hewlett Packard, has launched a global law firm panel review.
The Legal Services Board (LSB) has proposed an overhaul of legal services regulation that it hopes will bring about its own demise, along with that of several other regulators.