Morning briefing

  • Morning Briefing: A third of lawyers want to work from home by NZ Lawyer

    More than a third of lawyers would like to work from home even if it was unpopular with colleagues… Legal services body opens debate on regulating in-house teams... Clyde & Co opens new office in Saudi Arabia… Gibson Dunn PEP breaks U$3 million…

  • Morning Briefing: Security services are reading your client communications by NZ Lawyer

    The issues of client communications being accessed has been raised at the Global Law Summit in London... Should law firms charge fees for defending their own billing?... Linklaters’ global energy co-head poached… Simmons & Simmons appoints partner to Africa group…

  • Morning Briefing: What’s challenging your productivity? by NZ Lawyer

    New research sheds light on what’s hindering productivity in law firms... Eversheds announces new alliance in South Africa… Apple to pay US$532.9 million over iTunes copyright infringement… Law firm charity donation refused by cancer charity…

  • Morning Briefing: Slater & Gordon: No offer to Quindell by NZ Lawyer

    Slater & Gordon tells stock exchange that no offer has been made to Quindell… International law firm reappoints global chair… Law firms and banks work together on cyber threats… Norton Rose Fulbright expands global footprint… Lenovo hit with lawsuit over ‘adware’…

  • 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…