Clifford Chance has announced a change in global innovation strategy, shifting focus onto quality delivery in its global hubs. The hubs outside Continental Europe, in
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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang has announced its first promotions round since last year’s three-way merger, with 47 new partners being made
DLA Piper has released its latest promotions round, making up 62 employees to partner globally, including 10 in the UK. Of the 10 UK promotions, six are London lawyers: corporate
DLA Piper has promoted 34 lawyers to the firm’s partnership globally, down 40 per cent from the 58 promotions made last year. Broken down by practice area, the litigation and
Eversheds has announced that it will launch in Romania after concluding the terms of merger with local four-partner firm Lina & Guia. The office in Bucharest will operate as Eversheds
White & Case has promoted 35 lawyers to its partnership. “Our new partners are all outstanding lawyers, with diverse experience and expertise,” said White & CaseUS firm
CMS Cameron McKenna has promoted four lawyers to equity partnership. The four new equity partners are all drawn from the ‘gateway’ partner rank – an intermediate rank
International law firm Clifford Chance is to merge with Romanian ally Badea & Asociatii. Clifford Chance first launched an office in Bucharest in June 2006 via an alliance with Badea.
Despite the fact that the markets in Central and Eastern Europe have already been affected by the financial crisis, Salans will not change its perception and growth plans. Dariusz Olesczuk, global managing partner of
DLA Piper is set to launch an 15-lawyer office in Romania, hiring senior associate Marian Dinu from the former Bucharest office of Linklaters to lead the venture.
Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Peterson (NNDKP), the biggest law firm in Romania in terms of revenues (12.6m Euros), will lose 3 partners and almost 10 lawyers who decided to set up a new law firm, Peli Filip. This is
Linklaters will axe its offices in Bratislava, Bucharest, Budapest and Prague from November, following a review of its presence in Central and Eastern Europe. Eight Linklaters partners across four offices will combine
It is a worrying time for lawyers in Linklaters' Eastern European offices as reports emerge that the firm is considering shutting them down. According to RollOnFriday that the firm has decided to tighten its belt, and
White & Case has expanded its East European network after launching a new office in Bucharest. The US giant opened the new branch on 28 February. It will initially focus on areas including real estate and corporate and