King & Spalding has reported an 8 per cent decline in revenue for its London office, where revenue fell from $46.5m in 2015 to $42.6m in 2016. Lawyer headcount at the London
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King & Spalding has reported financial performance at its London and Paris offices for 2015, revealing a revenue increase of 11% to £41.9m. The firm credits thisUS firm
King & Spalding surpassed a financial milestone, growing its revenues last year beyond the $1bn mark. It's global revenue grew 9 percent in 2015, from 2014's $934m to $1.02bn.
Herbert Smith Freehills is making a move to fill the vacancy created just over a month after Steve Thierbach, the firm's high-profile capital markets head, departed the
King & Spalding dramatically grew its London practice in 2014 and the results led to a quick ascent in revenues over the same period. Compared to 2013, the firm added 40% to its
Herbert Smith Freehills has relocated ist Asia head of energy to Singapore. David Cinch, who is currently based in Hong Kong, will relocate as the firm notices more
King & Spalding has launched a trade and customs practice in London following the hire of Bird & Bird practice group head Iain MacVay. MacVay has more twenty years' experience of international and EU law, focussing on