Crowell & Moring warns digitalisation is exposing companies to increased tort, privacy, and cybersecurity litigation
Strategic differences bring Taylor Wessing's branded association in Singapore to an end as RHTLaw goes it alone
Top academic and former Richemont chief counsel becomes of counsel at London office of international firm
Milan launch heralded by arrival of senior four-lawyer team from US rival Curtis
Traditional legal practices taken to task as GCs and legal ops heads discuss how they can work together on day two of the CLOC 2020 London Institute
Martin Auerbach to head white collar defence team at Withers; Dennis H. Hranitzky joins Quinn Emanuel to lead sovereign litigation
Research finds political unrest taking its toll on hiring in Hong Kong as in-house pay rises in Australia
UK charity LawCare says complaints about harassment rose by 70% in 2019 making it a top three issue
Survey by Littler finds 87% of UK companies are taking measures in response to #MeToo movement
Disruption has opened up a world of opportunities for the legal marketplace in the UK, says Jeffrey Catanzaro.
Global Legal Post reports on day one of the CLOC 2020 London Institute
Research by Allen & Overy finds domestic deals propping up the market as cross-border activity slumps by 27%
American, Canadian and Japanese investors target Australia for deals, according to Minter Ellison research
US firms dominate Mergermarket's 2019 legal advisor league tables; Europe and APAC regions witness sharp falls in deal activity
In this month's Bookshelf, The Global Legal Post's Editor-At-Large, Dr David Cowan, picks three topical books on hate, China and the US.