Following an incident in which former director Frank Mellish raised concerns about workplace issues at Linklaters, the firm has received an interim injunction against Mellish. The ruling was issued on 5 February by Mr
Slaughter & May has announced an additional investment in UK-based legal tech company Luminance. The firm’s investment has helped to raise the company’s valuation to $100m. Luminance, which focuses in artificial
Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe has launched a new programed aimed toward assisting associates who seek to leave the firm to take on new positions with clients. The new program acknowledges that some associates prefer
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy and White & Case are among the latest firms to release recent financial results, with both firms reporting increases in turnover. Milbank's London office saw a 25% increase in revenue,
KPMG continues to boost its legal offerings with the hire of 145 lawyers in its newly launched office in France. The new hires have joined the firm from French firm Fidal, and will be a part of KPMG Avodats, the
DWF has announced further details about the firm's planned IPO, which is expected to take place in March. The firm expects to raise approximately £75m, with a free float of at least 25% of the firm's issued share
Morrison & Foerster has brought on Chris Kandel, who joins the firm's London office from Latham & Watkins, where he has worked for the past nine years. Prior to joining Latham, he worked at White & Case, where he oversaw
Fieldfisher has announced that corporate partner David Wilkinson has been elected as the firm's next senior partner. He will take over the position from Matthew Lohn, who served as senior partner for the past six years.