SNR Denton has announced three partner promotions across its two UK offices, elevating real estate lawyer Simon Masri and disputes lawyer Sam Coulthard in London, while real estate
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Dewey & LeBoeuf has dumped former chairman Steven H. Davis, who is under criminal investigation for alleged financial improprieties. Meanwhile,Troubled US law firm
SNR Denton has hired a former U.S. ambassador to Indonesia and Bolivia, Robert Gelbard. Gelbard spent more than 35 years as a diplomat, and is a senior adviser in SNR
SNR Denton dropped from £37.9 million to £22.5 million in 2010-11. Turnover in the same period fell from £166.1 million to £152.5 million. The firm explainsThe profit pool at
An account of the British government’s spending on legal services has shown a drop in the amount spent on external advisers, which was a third less than last year. The figures were released by the Government
Numerous major law firms have begun to offer a benefit for employees that enroll their same-sex partner in the firm’s health care plan. The benefit aims to offset federal, state and local income taxes paid on the value
SNR Denton has announced a number of measures designed to boost profitability in the UK, including increasing the size of its lower-cost legal services office in Milton Keynes.
SNR Denton has called on non-equity partners to contribute capital to the firm for the first time ever, asking for contributions of between £10,000 and £20,000. The merged
Slaughter and May has offered a job to all of itsTrainee retention figures are finding their way out into the light of day, and some of the results are less than pretty.
SNR Denton is facing difficult times in the wake of its transatlantic merger. The firm has reported an 8 per cent drop in revenue to £154.4million for the 2010/11 financial
SNR Denton is conducting a review of its UK business strategy in the face of a huge drop in profits per equity partner. UK partners could see profits drop to as low as
SNR Denton has announced alliances with 10 firms in Africa, bringing its total number of alliances in the continent to 21. The 10 new firms are spread across Angola, Botswana, Cape