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Former Baker & McKenzie partner pleads guilt to money laundering and conspiracy to commit securities fraud
Baker & McKenzie has pled guilty to money laundering and conspiracy to commit securities fraud, and faces up to 15 years in jail. Martin Weisberg was aA former partner of
American Lawyer has released its new rankings, with some interesting results. The top 100 firms worldwide showed an average 5.3 per cent increase in gross revenue and an average headcount increase of 3.3 per cent.
Van Campen & Partners, the boutique private equity firm that spun off from Baker & McKenzie’s Amsterdam office earlier this year, has hired its eighth partner. Edwin Liem joins the firm from the partnership at Baker
A reform bill drafted by the Justice Ministry of Japan would, if passed, allow foreign law firms to set up more than one office in the country. Some foreign law firms, however, say that the legislation would not be
DLA Piper is theLarge international law firms are setting their sights on Mexico, as the country’s growing economy precipitates both inbound and outbound investment streams.
Simmons & Simmons has taken out top honours for a fourth year running in the ratings for the most gay-friendsly law firm. The rating, conducted by charity organisation
Baker & McKenzie is set lose a team of around 25 lawyers from its Amsterdam office, as the group sets out to launch an independent firm. The team is led by private equity
Stephenson Harwood has bolstered its expertise in China with the hire of partners ChunFai Lui and Matthew Wong, bringing its headcount in Greater China to 17 partners and
The pharmaceutical market in Emerging Europe is clearly facing a need for realignment with pressing issues of reduced health care expenditure, governmental cost reductions, product pricing, generics and the list goes on
Shoosmiths is the most ethnically- and gender-diverse law firm, according to the annual Black Solicitors Network’s Diversity League Table, which is sponsored by The Law Society.