Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, Kennedys and DWF have also made hires
Dentons' plan to launch free online referral network Nextlaw has prompted a war of words between the firm and existing law firm networks
Firm sees continued growth in PEP and revenue after year of rapid expansion globally
Legal Week research finds more than half of partners predict lawyer cuts, with 83% expecting to see more support staff redundancies
Legal giant considers relocating partners from China to the Middle East initially, after its tie-up with Dacheng last year
Oil giant appoints project team to investigate possible locations and report back with a brief by autumn
The roster is divided into a general advisory panel and a list of specialist firms
Former partner of what is now Dentons' Mexico arm considering legal action, claiming he is owed $1m
International firm set to move its Europe, Middle East and Africa business services provision to the Polish capital
The hire of David Moore is the second lateral hire the international firm has made from Clydes in the past year
The Australian firm’s Singapore managing partner jumps to Nabarro as the office closes
Clifford Chance, Linklaters, Allen & Overy and White & Case among firms pledging to tackle corruption ahead of David Cameron’s summit
International giant set to open its third German office with hires from Norton Rose Fulbright
The free network, called NextLaw Global Referral Network, will launch later this year.
Eversheds, Addleshaw Goddard, Dentons, Bond Dickinson and Maclay Murray & Spens all included as panel term extended.
The international firm follows HSF and Fieldfisher in introducing the scheme this year.
Dentons has tied up with domestic Singapore firm Rodyk after agreeing to merge in November
Deutsche Post DHL Group regional legal head Keith Austin and Total GC Gaston Bilder have joined the board
Daren Allen's move follows the breakdown in merger talks between BLP and Greenberg Traurig
Global giant's corporate push comes shortly after the hire of BLP's David Collins in London to head the practice
The investment in legal tech startup Apperio is the second for NextLaw labs following its launch last year
The firm believes “over distribution” of profit at the legacy firm led to its merger coming up short
Firm hires 17th partner in London over the past six months as it seeks to build out its finance practice
Private equity and M&A partner Levy joins team that includes ex- Clyde & Co and BLP partners