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CMS formalises existing relationship with three-partner firm Feras Al Shawaf
Firm recruits legacy Olswang partner Robert Heym and of counsel Theresia Gondro
Launch of CMS Holborn Asia gives firm foothold in local law market in Singapore
Twenty-eight partners left the firm in twelve months before three-way tie up
BP group general counsel Eric Nitcher has delayed panel conclusion with new line-up to come into effect from 2018
Bank finishes UK panel following a review that kicked off earlier this year
Trio win roles on record-breaking deal for a single building in the UK
UK bank in talks to take on space in legacy Nabarro headquarters at 125 London Wall.
Three-partner Monaco firm PCM Avocats joins CMS network
HSF boosts pay flexibility to recognise associates' wider contributions to the firm
A running record of all the 2016-17 financial results as they are announced
Clydes, CMS and RPC among firms reappointed to insurer's UK claims roster
Firm sees global turnover fall 1% to €999m for 2016 calendar year
Legal profession rallies to help those affected by fire as firms join fundraising effort
Firm's former international private equity head involved in dispute over 2011 deal
Twenty-nine firms win spots as AIG finalises UK roster
Lawyers from Olswang's Munich and Paris bases opt against CMS merger for boutique launch
Firm appointed to advise on marketing and sale of ECB broadcasting and media rights
Olswang and Nabarro look to offload City real estate as CMS merger trio move in together
Ten UK promotions include two each from Nabarro and Olswang ahead of 1 May merger
Trainees to receive £10,000 payout after firms ask for deferrals ahead of May merger
Roughly one third of support staff will leave following consultation, with most taking voluntary redundancy
CMS UK senior partner Penelope Warne on creating a working culture in which everyone can thrive
Lawyers move over to CMS ahead of May tie-up as talks over Munich base continue
Nabarro's offices in Manchester and Sheffield expected to play important role for merged firm outside London
Leaders of three-way merger aim to create something different to stereotypical City law firm
Firms begin review of business services and secretarial teams, with lawyers expected to avoid cuts
Olswang and CMS file LLP accounts ahead of three-way merger with Nabarro
Filing gives firm’s China arm more time to finalise deals to retain European partners
CMS and Olswang partners to pay in capital as Nabarro reduces drawings to reduce pension liability as integration efforts gather pace
Firms reveal group leaders for the mega-merger due to go live in May 2017, with CMS partners bagging 12 of the 22 UK leadership group roles on offer
Raft of firms win roles as deal values National Grid's gas distribution business at £13.8bn
Firms confirm they will honour all existing training contract offers ahead of merger
Firms to move into Cannon Place ahead of May 2017 merger
Survey of more than 750 in-house lawyers identifies most valued legal advisers
Law firm mergers are notoriously hard to put together – so how would CMS, Nabarro and Olswang factor in a US element?
Nabarro to leave European alliance as details of CMS integration plans emerge
The three firms will review business services support functions ahead of next year's merger
DLA Piper and Norton Rose Fulbright loses places after adviser review
Law firm leaders at rival firms react to confirmation of the CMS, Nabarro and Olswang merger
Leaders of Olswang, CMS and Nabarro set out some of the reasoning for their three-way merger
Partners approve tripartite merger with combined firm to operate as CMS
Partners given deadline to choose whether to commit to proposed merger
Proposed three-way merger prompts warnings of consolidation cutbacks
Proposed three-way merger prompts European partners to consider options
Management confirms discussions over talks that could create a UK firm with revenue of just under £1bn
Partners set to vote as speculation of three-way tie-up mounts
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