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Addleshaw Goddard loses fourth practice head in 2014 as KWM swoops for corporate crime chief

Addleshaw Goddard's fraud, regulatory and corporate crime team head Ian Hargreaves is set to join King & Wood Mallesons SJ Berwin (KWMSJB), making him the fourth sector head to depart th...

24 Sep 2014 | 00:18 | secure

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CMS unveils plans for new landline-less City office ahead of 2015 move

CMS has for the first time unveiled details of its new City offices, which will operate with no landline telephones, as the firm pr...

24 Sep 2014 | 00:09 | secure

After the 'no' vote – will it be business as usual for lawyers north of the border?

There may be a temptation to think that the 'no' vote in the Scottish independence referendum last week will bring to an end, at le...

24 Sep 2014 | 00:34 | secure

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Frances Ivens looks at what White & Case, Latham and Shearman’s big City private equity partner hires did next...

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Merger, they wrote?

A conflict of interest claim involving Norton Rose Fulbright has lead to confusion over combinations...

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Scotland votes 'no' - a look at the business implications

The political and economic implications of the Scots referendum are likely to be felt for some time...

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