Chris Johnson

Senior Latham Lawyer Running for Controversial Right-Wing Party in UK Elections

Chris Johnson

A senior Latham & Watkins lawyer is running for Parliament as a member of a controversial right-wing political party in the U.K.'s upcoming general election on June 8.

Littler Continues European Push With UK Merger

Chris Johnson

The labor and employment specialist, which struck a deal with U.K. boutique GQ Employment Law, has now launched in 14 new markets since October 2013.

Is Your Firm Super Rich?

Chris Johnson

This year we raised the bar that defines the financial elite of The Am Law 100. Only 24 firms made the cut.

What Hogan Lovells Did Right (and Wrong) in Its Founding Tie-Up

Chris Johnson and Rose Walker

The union of London's Lovells and Washington, D.C.'s Hogan & Hartson is arguably the most successful trans-Atlantic law firm combination ever. But did the firm miss some opportunities?

Small But Scrappy, Independent Law Firms Make Their Stand

Chris Johnson

Facing intense competition from global firms, independent firms have to be smart and disciplined.

Global Law Firms and Vereins: The End of the Affair?

Chris Johnson

In the inexorable march toward greater global consolidation, will law firms steer clear of the verein structure?

Choate Posts Record Revenue, Profit After 5th Consecutive Year of Growth

Chris Johnson

Choate Hall & Stewart reported record-high revenue and profit in 2016 and its revenue per lawyer is now among the highest of any law firm based in the U.S.

DLA Piper's Revenue Falls on Post-Brexit Currency Slump, but New Approach Sees Profits Rise

Chris Johnson

The decline in gross revenue was caused entirely by currency exchange rates and did not reflect what the firm called a "very solid" year.

Fried Frank's Revenue, Profit Hit Record Highs After 'Best Ever' Year

Chris Johnson

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson had what global chair David Greenwald described as its best ever year in 2016, with the firm posting record numbers across all key metrics.

US Poker Star Takes $10M Cheating Lawsuit to UK Supreme Court

Chris Johnson

Phil Ivey has been granted permission by the U.K. Supreme Court to challenge a decision by the Court of Appeal.

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