The US Supreme Court sided with employers as it cleared the way for requirement of employees to sign away their right to pursue class actions in a controversial ruling.
Half of US law firms are not meeting their billable hour targets and nearly seven in 10 partners resist efforts to change
Magic circle firm Linklaters has been criticized by British politicians for its apparent refusal to cooperate with enquiries into Russian corruption.
A Korean beer logo being registered in the US has been challenged by US brewing giant MillerCoors, which could take two years to resolve.
According to new research over 57,000 UK companies are not declaring ownership, compromising fight against money laundering
The Belt & Road initiative needs offshore investment to succeed, says Elise Donovan, Director, BVI House Asia.
According to UK parliamentary committees, almost £4 million was paid to Carillon days before construction giant failed.
Legal disruptors are carrying out research and development for the legal profession, a Chicago professor says.
The law firm will run a programme helping tech pioneers develop and market their businesses.
Ropes & Gray, Vinge, Advokatfirman Cederquist are advising on the $855m pharma deal.