Global

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    Among this week's new appointments, general counsel books herself the prize legal seat at Ticketmaster.

  • LEGAL TECH

    Baker McKenzie taps InTapp

    Baker McKenzie selects Intapp's DealCloud CRM platform to manage client development activities and help achieve growth objectives.

  • M&A

    DLA Piper launches global merger control handbook

    DLA Piper has launched the Global Merger Control Handbook, a comprehensive three-volume manual comes to the rescue.

  • TECHNOLOGY

    Norton Rose Fulbright in tech practice launch

    Norton Rose Fulbright broadens offering to clients with the launch of technology consulting practice headed by computer scientist.

  • GENDER PAY GAP

    Women favoured at Trowers & Hamlins

    Firm celebrates International Women's Day by reporting a 0.8 per cent gender pay gap in favour of women across partnership.

  • APPOINTMENTS

    Around the house

    EPA general counsel Obama-appointee joins Patagonia to pioneer new role of 'dedicated environmental advocate,' while another US agency loses its general counsel rather suddenly.

  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

    Over one-third of in-house legal turn to AI contracts

    New legal industry study reveals state of Artificial Intelligence in contract analytics and data extraction, assesses legal department approaches.

  • BLOCKCHAIN

    Law firm duo on blockchain march

    New research from two law firms on blockchain and EU privacy law compliance offers framework for compliance, reflects on GDPR changes.

  • INNOVATION

    Dentons on best behaviour

    Dentons Launches its new NextTalent, programme to bring behavioural science research and innovation into the firm's talent management.

  • EMPLOYEE BENEFITS

    Clifford Chance offers new flexible choice

    Clifford Chance launches 'Clifford Chance Choice' in a new flexible approach to work for lawyers.


 

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