• GDPR

    ICO bombarded “just in case”

    UK is higher than most among EU jursidictions in notifying regulator on GDPR breaches, but “just in case” says law firm.


    Rare and well done

    Linklaters pledges support to new software set to revolutionise graduate law recruitment.


    Ex-Sidley's partner Matthew Cahill joins gunnercooke

    Disruptor law firm gunnercooke is accelerating the growth of its London practice with the hire of ex-Clifford Chance and Sidley Austin capital markets veteran Matthew Cahill.


    From HSF to MBE for ALT leader!

    Herbert Smith Freehills partner appointed an MBE for services to the Northern Ireland economy and innovation in law.


    Simmon & Simmons goes Dutch on construction

    Firm partners with Dutch think tank by co-initiating new early contractor involvement model.


    Law firm has a craic

    Look into your Irish/English dictionary to see what a craic is, but it involves lawyers having fun as firm celebrates a decade in Dublin, and also launches crisis and cyber service.


    UK lawyers fear “disruptive” Big 4

    Many UK lawyers fear they will struggle to compete as big accounting groups aggressively expand into legal services.


    Dentons jump in revenue but with a little less PEP

    Scottish merger highlighted as Dentons reports a 13 per cent rise in revenue for the financial year but PEP only grew in the same period by 4 per cent.


    Schoenherr moves into Upper Austria

    After being on the radar for some time Vienna-based firm strengthens its Austrian presence with opening of new office in Linz, Upper Austria.


    HSF to exit Berlin

    Berlin exit as Herbert Smith Freehills refocuses on Frankfurt and Düsseldorf, leaving even less international coverage in the city.


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