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
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Akerman has boosted its partnership in South Florida with the hire of corporate lawyer David Gellen at the Boca Raton office, real estate lawyer Michelle Gonzalez in Miami and litigator Stacey Ibarra in West Palm Beach.
Khaitan & Co has hired three co-founding equity partners of PXV Law Partners across its Delhi and Mumbai offices. Deepto Roy is set to join the Mumbai infrastructure team, Mohit
Pinsent Masons has reported a 4.6 per cent increase in revenue from £309m to £323m in the last financial year, while average profit per equity partner increased by 4.5 per
The question of who is entitled to the profits from lawyer fees after the collapse of a law firm is a hotly contested one, and the issue is currently playing out in the New York Supreme Court. Also at issue is
Major, Lindsey & Africa have released the results of a new survey, which finds that the primary motivating factor in partner moves is “firm culture”. The 2013 Lateral Partner Satisfaction Survey had responses from
Lander & Rogers is set to launch in Brisbane on 7 April, after hiring DLA Piper’s litigation team. The new office will be Lander & Rogers’ third Australian offering,
Squire Sanders has promoted seven associates to the partnership, with just two promotions in the UK. The UK promotions figures are notably low, given that the firm has a large
The market for lateral hires at corporate law firms is still running hot, with 2,522 lateral hires in the 12 months to 30 September 2013, down slightly from the 2,691 lateral hires in the previous 12 month period.