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  • OFFICE MOVE

    Hogan Lovells in Boston move

    15 August 2019

    After a couple of London office moves by international firms, Hogan Lovells opts to move its office on other side of the Atlantic.

  • LEGAL TECH

    AmLaw100 firm WSGR goes end-to-end

    15 August 2019

    Tackling repetitive and low-value work, WSGR stated as first Am Law 100 firm to fully automate signing and closing process for entire practice area.

  • EMPLOYMENT

    Law firm flags retail sector employment "suspicions"

    15 August 2019

    Findings, including 1 in 10 retail workers experiencing "inappropriate sexual touching" in current job, “confirm the suspicions of anyone working in employment law.”

  • EXPANSION

    Fangda Partners duo in Linklaters China move

    14 August 2019

    Linklaters' Shanghai Free Trade Zone joint operation partner, Zhao Sheng law firm, has hired duo from Fangda Partners.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Simmons & Simmons enters “new era”

    14 August 2019

    New leadership for dispute resolution practice as firm takes on board succession planning in what is termed a “new era.”

  • LEGAL TECH

    LexisNexis delivers court research solution

    14 August 2019

    Provider launches its enhanced CourtLink docket research solution on the Lexis Advance platform, offers free trial.

  • TRAINING

    It's good to talk

    13 August 2019

    New Perimeter provides training on contract negotiations to East African public sector lawyers.

  • CLIENT SERVICE

    Fintech firm marks legal milestone

    13 August 2019

    White & Case and Cooley join 42 other law firms harnessing Shieldpay, as fintech firm marks major milestone ahead of changes to SRA rules.

  • LEGAL PROFESSION

    Comprehensive picture of the US legal profession

    13 August 2019

    Law by the numbers is revealed as new American Bar Association profile of the legal profession is published.


 

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