Hogan Lovells has boosted its German finance practice with the hire of a two-partner derivatives team from Mayer Brown, led by European capital markets head and global partnership board member Jochen Seitz.
A new study by ALM Intelligence warns that law firms should prepare for increased competition from the Big Four as they step up their push into legal services.
Slater & Gordon is struggling a decade after its landmark initial public offering. But the U.K.-based Gately has so far thrived as a publicly traded law firm.
Hogan Lovells has extended the terms of CEO Steve Immelt and deputy CEO David Hudd, the firm announced Thursday.
Allen & Overy has selected eight companies to be part of the firm's new tech startup initiative, called Fuse.
It's always interesting when Big Law firms take opposing views on a matter of strategy, whether it's their approach to equity and compensation, or the merits of a particular practice area or geography.
It was nine years since reporter Chris Johnson last went to Russia. His trip this year, for a feature article for The American Lawyer, showed much has changed, and much has stayed the same.
Magic Circle firms have been reporting their annual financials, and Freshfields stands out as having had a particularly challenging year.
Cravath, Swaine & Moore has joined the law firms turning to AI by signing a deal with British software company Luminance.
The Wall Street firm has joined the growing ranks of elite law firms turning to artificial intelligence in an attempt to cut costs and improve efficiency by signing a deal with British software company Luminance, which is part-owned by Magic Circle firm Slaughter and May.