Morning briefing

  • Morning Briefing: Law Society calls for protection of legal privilege by NZ Lawyer

    The Law Society in England is calling on the UK government to give statutory protection to legal privilege… International firm implements new management structure… New real estate partner at Eversheds… Twitter, Facebook accused of gender discrimination…

  • Morning Briefing: Tributes paid to lawyer killed in Tunis tragedy by NZ Lawyer

    A retired lawyer was among the 23 who died in the terrorist attack in Tunisia last week… International law firm hires team in Hong Kong… Law firm reduces litigation team… Read the ruling, not just the title…

  • Morning Briefing: Why are large corporates ditching their law firms? by NZ Lawyer

    A new report shows a big percentage of large corporates are ending their relationship with one of their primary law firms... Latham & Watkins re-focuses Middle East operations… Former Hong Kong lawyer leaves Allen & Overy… Retailer counts the cost of cyber breach law suit…

  • Morning Briefing: Study says law firms have a tough time in China by NZ Lawyer

    A new study focuses on the challenges law firms face practising in China… Law Society launches ethnic minority group… Chinese lawyer posthumously approved by California…

  • Morning Briefing: International law firm adds 17 to partnership by NZ Lawyer

    A multinational law firm has announced the promotion of a number of lawyers to the partnership… Second new partner this year for Reed Smith in Singapore… Virtual currencies are here to stay says law firm partner… Judges removed for watching porn at work… Queen Elizabeth is ‘The King of Ireland’ in law…

  • Morning Briefing: Law firm announces huge round of promotions by NZ Lawyer

    More promotions for Asia-Pac lawyers at international law firm… Firm appoints first international managing partner… Another international firm enters the Asia-Pac market… ‘Blurred Lines’ lawyer likens himself to Pacino’s Satan...