Covid-19 has intensified the divide between the Global London firms that have really taken off and those that remain grounded
Five years ago, partners at European firms’ London offices voiced their fears over the possibility of the UK leaving the EU. What happens now this is reality?
To mark the launch of our 2021 Global London report, we asked senior figures at leading US firms for their thoughts
London chair Arun Birla discusses maintaining the personal touch in a time of Zoom fatigue
While no two years are ever quite the same in the world of Legal Business’ Global London report, the story can usually be summed up as one of bifurcation. It tells of the dynamic high-flyers and those foreign firms whose London practices have yet to take off the ground.
For years there has also been a relative predictability in the worry lists of City leaders of non-UK law firms – concerns around London’s place on the world financial stage post-Brexit, an overdue downturn and the perennial challenge of keeping a grip on market share in an ever-more competitive arena. Continue reading “Global London: Flying hiatus”