Eversheds has promoted 19 lawyers to the partnership in its annual promotions round – a marked drop from last year’s round, when 32 lawyers were made up. The firm's Munich office
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Eversheds considers taking shares in client companies in exchange for legal services. TheThe industry-wide discussion about alternative billing options is developing, as UK firm
Despite a 61% drop in merger and acquisition (M&A) activity last year in South Africa, corporate law firm Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs ranked first in value in the legal adviser league table, according to
Eversheds in pilot with South Africa ally to launch its own outsourcing arm Eversheds is in talks to set up an outsourcing business with its South African ally, positioning it to
White & Case London structured products and capital markets partner is relocating to Johannesburg as part of the firm’s new focus on Africa. Josh Parbhu is the first partnerA
Pinsent Masons has signed an outsourcing deal which will see the UK firm send litigation work to Cape Town, South Africa.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has secured a major role on talks between Indian mobile phone provider Bharti Airtel and South Africa's MTN over a cross-shareholding deal that could lead to a full merger. Freshfields
A team of lawyers from the Johannesburg and Washington, DC offices of Dewey & LeBoeuf, led by Washington, DC Partner Gregory Smith, advised Eskom, the South African power utility, on a $500 million 20-year loan from The
Denton Wilde Sapte seeking to expand its links with Africa by creating an alliance with a South African practice, Sandton-based Glyn Marais.