Lawyer fined $133,000 for attempting to push poll jurors
A Dallas defence lawyer has been sanctioned after he attempted to push poll potential jurors in a wrongful death and products liability case.
Law firms expand into unchartered territory
Law firms announce global firsts… Another international firm to close Abu Dhabi office… Dentons hires team for Milan… Cyber Risk business unit announced by Hogan Lovells… Corrs Westgarth Chambers hires regulatory financial services expert…
Lee & Lyons team joins Clyde & Co
A team of five partners and 24 fee earners has joined international firm Clyde & Co from Lee & Lyons in Sydney... International firms expand in Singapore with senior hires... Slater & Gordon views debt restructuring in UK... Herbert Smith Freehills backs Brisbane’s MELT diversity festival... UK regulator reports strong response to consultation
Australia’s Law Society president hits out at Chinese crackdown
Australia’s Law Society president hits out at Chinese crackdown… Dentons continues expansion… Dealogic announces top global finance project league tables… Law firm announces new online data protection tool… New partner at Quinn Emmanuel in Sydney…
HR manager jailed for stealing $400,000 from law firm
The woman was sentenced to three years imprisonment for falsifying payroll entries over a period of around a decade.
Appointment to Engineers Council opens “door to Narnia”
NZ Lawyer chats with environmental lawyer, Sue Simons, about her recent appointment to the Chartered Professional Engineers Council