City law firms Speechly Bircham and Withers have opted against a merger after management decided the move would not be in the best interests of either firm.
Britain could fall foul of the European Convention on Human Rights if it fails to improve conditions in Bermuda, a QC and former attorney general has warned.
City law firm RPC has won two major privacy cases this week, leading the firm to claim a 'better balance' now exists in privacy rights and freedom of speech.
A former Malaysian Indian lawyer was among four people sentenced to death by a Malaysian court yesterday for the murders of a Malaysian businesswoman and three others in 2010.
A leading Syrian human rights lawyer is at grave risk of abuse after apparently being abducted last weekend, Amnesty International has said.
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