A former partner at Scottish legacy firm Maclay Murray & Spens was asked to leave the global legal giant after an investigation found his 'behaviour fell well below expectations'.
Solicitor numbers in Ireland rise as economy booms and “Brexit effect” surge of English lawyers plateaus
The number of solicitors practicing in Ireland has grown by 3.5% over the last year.
Lauri Love's appeal against extradition succeeds, but he will face trail in the UK.
Law firm could face investigation by regulator for "confidential settlement" over alleged sexual assault.
Companies could find themselves liable if they fail to understand the risks of business travel through new economy companies such as Uber and Airbnb.
The UK's data regulator has handed out its largest fine to date for a serious data breach by the telecommunications company.