Hogan Lovells is set to make seven support staff redundant as part of the firm's plan to relocate IT services from London to Johannesburg. The firm announced its intention to offshore business services to Johannesburg
Clifford Chance’s new managing partner, Matthew Layton, is working with the firm’s new corporate head - Guy Norman - to restructure the leadership team and change the way the partnership operates. In May, Leyton
Dykema has boosted its Government policy practice with the hire of veteran attorney Richard J. Aaron from Warner Norcross & Judd. Aaron will work in the firm’s Lansing office, offering expertise in renewable energy,
Squire Patton Boggs has decided to end the alliance with its Saudi Arabian affiliate, Al-Enezee, and to operate in the country through the affiliate of legacy Squire Sanders, a Riyadh headquartered firm called
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman is set to launch in Beijing with the hire of corporate partners David Livdahl and Jenny Sheng from Paul Hastings. Livdahl and Sheng will followed by a team of three associates. The
Singapore’s WongPartnership has entered into the Indonesian market with an alliance with Jakarta-based firm Makes & Partners, which specialises in M&A, capital markets, and restructuring and insolvency deals.
Khaitan & Co is set to launch a real estate practice in Delhi with the hire of SRGR Law Offices partner Abhishek Awasthi as a consultant. Awasthi explained his decision to move by pointing to the level of opportunity
Reports indicate that Cooley Law School is set to lay off over 50 percent of its faculty of 271 law professors. One angry professor speaking to the Lansing City Pulse had this to say: “We have non-disparagement and