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This article looks at a cohort of female lawyers that have risen to the top of their game in Hong Kong, changing the male (and white) dominated culture at major law firms. Chun Wei heads the Hong Kong and Beijing
Sullivan & Cromwell’s announced relatively small bonus awards of between $1000 and $5000, or aroundSpeculation about the timing and amount of spring bonuses continues, after
Quinn Emmanuel has become one of the first large law firms to announce the award of spring bonuses, and though the figures have not yet been released, a firm memo from founding
Sullivan & Cromwell lawyers are waiting for an announcement from the firm on the issue of spring bonuses, having been promised in December of 2011 that bonuses would be paid.
Legal industry experts predict that large law firms will again award spring bonuses in 2012, following on from a trend begun in 2011, but that spring bonuses are unlikely to expand through the industry to smaller firms
The AM Law Daily has taken a look at the number of women promoted to partner in leading US firms over the past four years, in order to set a benchmark against which they might track progress in gender equality.
Kirkland & Ellis has increased the salaries of all associates in London, with newly qualified lawyers now £7000 better off on £97,000. The increases put the firm among the
Sullivan & Cromwell has announced that it will award year-end bonuses of the same size as were awarded last year, but sweetens the news by saying that associates can expect a
Photography company Kodak has switched legal advisors in the middle of its struggle to avoid bankruptcy, trading in Jones Day’s restructuring practice in favour Sullivan & Cromwell. The company, which hired Jones Day
Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has opted not to open anHere is an interesting article in the Asian Lawyer about why Los Angeles-based litigation firm
Irell & Manella has announced that it will be paying mid-year bonuses to associates. After being awarded bonuses that doubled the market standard at theCalifornia law firm
The American Lawyer has published the results of a new survey, reporting that average pro bono hours for lawyers at the top 200 US firms dropped 8 percent in 2010 to their lowest level in three years, reversing a decade