The Mayer Brown competition head on racist guest speakers, Satanic clients and unusual Italian cheese
The Mayer Brown competition head on racist guest speakers, Satanic clients and unusual Italian cheese Why did you become a lawyer? A distinctly Scottish sense of right and wrong, combined with the appeal...
Alasdair Douglas, chair of the City of London Law Society, argues competition is alive and well in the London legal market, making fees of £1,000 an hour reasonable for sophisticated clients
Partners welcome reforms as part of co-CEO Levine's drive for greater profitability outside the US
Simpson Thacher, Freshfields and Clifford Chance pick up mandates as The Guardian's owner offers shares to pay down debt
Addleshaws insurance litigation partner to follow former chief to Mishcons as the firm bulks up in the sector
Co-chair Anthony Poulton talks to Jim Edmondson about the highlights in the upcoming forum