DLA Piper has hired Manchester partner Andy Phillips from Eversheds Sutherland, where he served as the North West private equity head. Phillips joined Eversheds from Pinsent Masons as its corporate head in Manchester.
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DLA Piper has made the official announcement of its Dublin launch, confirming expectations that have been circulating as other firms also set up offices in the city in preparation for Brexit. The first partner hired
Pinsent Masons has hired two partners from Eversheds Sutherland for its Dubai office. Eversheds’ Middle East head of energy and infrastructure Tim Armsby will leave the UK firm’s Abu Dhabi branch to join Pinsents
Pinsent Masons’ Singapore alliance firm Pinsent Mason MPillay is ready to launch Vario, its flexible lawyer service. The launch of the service in Singapore will mark its first venture into the Southeast Asia region.
Clyde & Co has lost construction disputes lawyer Danna Er to Singapore firm Eldan Law, where she will join as a partner. Er began her legal career at Eldan, before moving on to Pinsent Masons and afterward Clydes. She
Pinsent Masons has recruited Ashfords’ head of professional and financial risks Samantha Palmer. Palmer, who was also a board member at Ashfords, is set to join Pinsents’ restructuring team. In addition to her
US firm Greenberg Traurig has hired Pinsent Masons’ head of corporate crime Barry Vitou to launch the firm’s first corporate crime practice in London. Vitou joined Pinsents in 2011 in order to set up its
Pinsent Masons has appointed Alison Laird as its first regional head of innovation and project delivery. The region she will oversee is Asia Pacific. Laird will work remotely from offices in Melbourne, Perth, and
Eversheds Sutherland has joined the ranks of firms that have chosen to release not only their statutory gender pay gap statistics, but also their partner figures. The pay gap for employees across the board is on
Pinsent Mason has disclosed its gender pay statistics regarding partners, taking the transparency a step further than most other firms. Among the UK firm’s partnership, men take home 22% more than women on average,