CMS Cameron McKenna, Nabarro and Olswang have merged together under the CMS brand, ditching the names of their legacy firms. Continue reading “‘You have to go with one brand’: CMS Cameron McKenna, Nabarro and Olswang ditch legacy names as merger goes live”
Ahead of the triple merger on 1 May, the CMS global network including Nabarro and Olswang have announced their partner promotions for 2017, with females making up 27% of the worldwide total. Continue reading “CMS network promotes 48 to partner, with Nabarro and Olswang making up two each”
300 JOBS CUT AHEAD OF CMS MERGER
Approximately 300 support staff roles are to be cut at CMS Cameron McKenna, Olswang and Nabarro ahead of their triple merger next month. The firms ran a redundancy consultation from January to March, with 650 of the 950 support staff offered roles in the combined firm.
Trainees at Nabarro and Olswang certainly seem set on the prospect of a three way merger with CMS Cameron McKenna, with 100% and 88% respectively from the two firms accepting offers as newly qualified (NQ) solicitors. Continue reading “Nabarro posts perfect score as Camerons drags three-way trainee retention rate down to 84%”
As the firms prepare for their three way merger, 300 support staff roles at CMS Cameron McKenna, Olswang and Nabarro are set to be cut following a redundancy consultation. Continue reading “Consolidation: CMS Olswang and Nabarro to cut roughly a third of support staff jobs ahead of merger”
In the wake of the eye-catching tie-up of CMS Cameron McKenna, Nabarro and Olswang, Legal Business noted last year that the gnomic messages around the union made it a hard one to judge. And even after a detailed assessment of the largest UK legal merger ever, as we undertake for this month’s cover feature, it’s not easy to put the pieces together. Continue reading “Comment: There’s value in CMS’ purchase and one big hurdle ahead”
CMS Cameron McKenna is to stretch its top of equity to accommodate the highest-earning Nabarro partners, as the firms prepare for their tripartite merger with Olswang on 1 May. Continue reading “Camerons to raise top of equity to keep Nabarro heavyweights”
Amid a turbulent market, the three-way union of Camerons, Nabarro and Olswang has forged a UK giant. Has Camerons picked up a bargain or will there be buyer’s remorse?
September 1988. Twenty fresh-faced trainees are preparing for their first day at Nabarro Nathanson. Among the recruits are Iain Newman, Paul Stevens and Duncan Weston. Not only will the trio go on to have prominent careers in City law and remain on good terms, but more than 25 years later they would kickstart the UK’s largest-ever legal merger. Continue reading “Sale of the century – Has Camerons picked up a bargain with Olswang and Nabarro?”
Ahead of its three-way tie-up with CMS Cameron McKenna and Olswang, Nabarro has increased its half-year revenues to £57.5m for the first six months of the 2016/17 financial year, up 2% on the same period last year.
CMS Cameron McKenna, Nabarro and Olswang, have offered £10,000 to their trainees if they choose to defer for six months, pushing back their start date at the then combined firm to February 2018. Continue reading “CMS, Nabarro and Olswang offer £10,000 to future trainees if they defer”