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DLA Piper has promoted 34 lawyers to the firm’s partnership globally, down 40 per cent from the 58 promotions made last year. Broken down by practice area, the litigation and
DLA Piper has has been recognized as the world’s largest law firm by revenue and headcount in “The Am Law 100,” an annual ranking published by The American Lawyer. This will be
DLA Piper has a significant PR problem on its hands, after leaked emails showed associates joking about the size of legal fees. “THAT bill shall know no limits,” wrote one DLA
UK Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has pointed out that the liberalisation of the Indian legal industry could double the value of the Indian legal market, as well as providing opportunities for UK businesses.
DLA Piper has appointed Mark O'Conor as the new UK managing partner, replacing incumbent Andrew Darwin, who is heading to Australia to become managing partner of the Australian
DLA Piper has made six lawyers redundant in its China equity capital markets team in Hong Kong. Reports say that the fee-earners were laid off at the end of last year along with a
Churchwell White in California, combining expertise in public agency, water, land use,Four veteran lawyers from large law firms have joined forces to launch boutique firm
DLA Piper partner Mark Radcliffe has been appointed as the United States private sector co-chair for the US-Japan Innovation and Entrepreneurship Council. The Council was created by
DLA Piper announced the beginning of a redundancy consultation wherein 251 jobs were under threat across the firm’s UK offices. The consultation is now complete,In November 2012
DLA Piper is set to launch a presence in South Korea office after the country’s Ministry of Justice granted the firm approval to practice international law. The Seoul office
Clayton Utz made around 20 people redundant in Sydney and Melbourne, including between 10A number of Australian law firms are making layoffs among lawyers and support staff.