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Ashurst, with eight partners departing since the start of September. Litigator WilsonRoll on Friday points out that there is a steady depletion in the partner ranks over at
Ashurst will see two more senior departures from its litigation practice, with litigation chief Michael Madden leaving the firm and partner Wil Thorburn set to join JP Morgan Chase in
Berwin Leighton Paisner is set to make a strong entry into the German legal services market with the opening of two new offices – one in Berlin and one in Frankfurt.
Berwin Leighton Paisner has announced changes to the way that it remunerates equity partners, putting greater emphasis on performance when distributing the firm’s
The top end of the pay scale in the legal profession is making a recovery, according to a survey conducted by The Lawyer to assess how many equity partners are seeing pay of more than £1 million in earnings per year.
Berwin Leighton Paisner is set to launch a new office in Hong Kong, pending regulatory approval from the Chinese authorities. The firm plans to hire a team of
Berwin Leighton Paisner has reported a 56 per cent jump in profits per equity partner, up from £455,000 to £712,000, in the last financial year. The firm increased
Simmons & Simmons has bolstered its finance department with the hire of a group of partners and former partners from Berwin Leighton Paisner. The newest additions to the
Berwin Leighton Paisner has promoted 13 lawyers to the partnership in its annual promotions round, up from eight in 2010. The majority of the promotions – nine of
Consultant firm Motive Legal has produced a report that tracks the movement of partners hired in the UK over the last five years, tracking 1,944 lateral moves. The results are interesting: 44 per cent of partners that