Charlie Lightfoot gains a role managing the firm’s worldwide international arbitration practice.
Less than two weeks after Japan adopted bitcoin as legal currency it looks like India could be next to follow suit.
Whittier College is to close its law school. The revelations come in an announcement from the establishment stating that it will no longer admit students.
UK law firm JWK Solicitors has won £1 million worth of compensation for 112 former employees of retail store BHS.
Bircham Dyson Bell acted for Ten Entertainment Group, parent company to Tenpin Ltd in connection with its admission to the premium segment of the main market of the London Stock Exchange with a market capitalisation of just over £107 million.
Law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has patented a cloud-based document reading technology it says will cut processing time and costs in half.
Leslie Kendrick, a professor at the University of Virginia School of Law, is to take up the position of new Vice Dean at the school from 1 July.
The Legal Services Board (LSB) expects frontline regulators to introduce compulsory ‘minimum disclosures’ by law firms on price, service, redress and regulatory status as it does not believe that change can come from within the legal fraternity.
The idea of a Monaco-style grand prix taking place on the streets of London has moved a step closer after a law change which allows motorsports to take place on public roads.
Despite an increasing number of law firms putting gender diversity programmes in place, women account for just over 30 per cent of lawyers in the 200 largest firms in the US by revenue – a share that has not improved in the past five years.