O’Melveny & Myers laid offSome law firms are still in cost cutting mode, with many making significant staff layoffs and outsourcing legal support services. Since August
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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
Above The Law has posted a list of firms that have offered jobs to 100 per cent of summer associates, readying themselves to start naming and shaming those firms that give lower-than-average offer rates. The article
Interesting article here about the law firms that are using Twitter as part of their marketing strategy. While many large law firms have Twitter accounts, the vast majority of them are not posting Tweets. The article
Khaitan & Co actedAccenture has acquired Ariba, Singapore’s consulting and BPO (business process outsourcing) services assets based in India for $51 million (Rs. 230 crore).
Healthcare boom: Goodwin Procter, Lexygen, AZB and Luthra on TA Associates 163 crore investment in Dr Lal PathLabs
TA Associates has announced its investment in Dr Lal PathLabs through a press release published on its website.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld has boosted its renewable energy and project finance practices with the hire of two new partners to the firm’s Los Angeles office.
Former Los Angeles City attorney Rocky Delgadillo began a new career Wednesday, joining the 400-lawyer litigation department of the law firm of Goodwin Procter LLP. Delgadillo will will be a full-time lawyer for
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP announced the expansion of its financial institutions group with the addition of two lawyers, Gregory J. Lyons and Satish M. Kini, as partners of the firm. The new partners will focus
It’s one of the legal world’s darkest days ever: American law firms eliminated some 1,000 jobs on Thursday. Several US firms - including DLA Piper, Goodwin Procter, Holland & Knight, Dechert, Bryan Cave, Epstein