Pioneer Moya Quinlan was buried today in Dublin, a 'beloved icon' and first woman president of Law Society of Ireland, who died aged 98.
BigHand, a technology support partner to law firms, announces formation of newly expanded account management teams.
Enhanced list of third countries with weak anti-money laundering and terrorist financing regimes include Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and Panama.
Law society sends a Valentine day message to avoid the popular 'common law' marriage myth and suggests giving the gift of security.
Oracle accuses government labour watchdog of 'secret' pact with plaintiffs' attorneys, and says existing claims 'doomed to fail.'
A 13% rise in court disputes over money between divorcing couples in the last year is offset by less money being dished out, says law firm.
Director threatening to speak out about 'ongoing struggle' with women in the magic circle was absent from court as gag order extended.
Spain is latest country to accede to IMO Cape Town Agreement on fishing vessel safety, helping a dangerous profession but more needed.
American-Irish merger announced as Clark Hill merges with O'Gradys Solicitors in softly-softly approach to the European market.
Law firm DWF is heading for a pre-Brexit March £75m listing on the London Stock Exchange, but partners face five-year lock-up period.