Morning briefing

  • Morning Briefing: Delegates attend international law conference by NZ Lawyer

    Law professionals from around the world gather for The Global Law Summit in London… Reed Smith hires former US ambassador to Singapore… Quindell insists that talks with Slater & Gordon are still exclusive… Allen & Overy tops league for global projects market…

  • Morning Briefing: Client waivers are not the final word by NZ Lawyer

    The use of client waivers when law firms merge has been brought into question by a judge… K&L Gates revenue sees slight decline… White & Case revenue increases moderately… Lawyers should not criticise judges, says a judge…

  • Morning Briefing: Is your firm engaging with the career needs of its team? by NZ Lawyer

    New research reveals law professionals have higher career expectations than the general workforce… Law firms urged to ditch partnership structure… International firm expands Malaysian practice… Insurer to review law firms efficiency…

  • Morning Briefing: International law firm re-elects chairman by NZ Lawyer

    After the recent re-election of its global chief executive, a law firm has now re-elected its chairman… US firms slow to embrace diversity… Japanese general counsel under less pressure on costs… Law Society fails to get judicial review into legal aid cuts…

  • Morning Briefing: International firm names 50 new partners by NZ Lawyer

    A global firm has announced the appointment of 50 new partners across 5 continents… Lawyer is fourth most desirable job… Aussie partner leads Norton Rose Fulbright global employment guide… Asia-Pac boosts Clifford Chance revenue… Pubs playing unlicensed music dominate copyright cases…

  • Morning Briefing: International law giant sued by food firm by NZ Lawyer

    A global law firm is being sued in the High Court in London by a German food flavourings firm… Eversheds expands consulting business… Canadian lawyers win protection for legal privilege… Former HSBC chairman pulls out of Global Law summit…