Law & professional services - Archive

April 2019 articles

London-based management consultant Catalyst is set to take a step across the pond, in a £30m deal which will give it access [...]

8 April

Nora Fowler of intellectual property law firm EIP explains the ongoing legal dispute between Major League Soccer and Italian [...]

7 April

Accountancy and professional services firm BDO is plotting out how it will carve off its auditing arm from the rest of its UK [...]

7 April

Magic Circle law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has promoted eight lawyers to its partnership in the City. [...]

4 April

A British judge recently resorted to Twitter to appeal directly to one of the parties involved in a case over which he was presiding. [...]

4 April

Shares in listed law firm Gordon Dadds climbed more than five per cent this morning after it said it had added five new partnerships [...]

4 April

EY has announced the acquisition of a 1,000 strong managed legal services business from Thomson Reuters, marking another step [...]

4 April

Companies should be prepared to keep hold of evidence of fraud and corruption in their ranks if they want to co-operate with [...]

3 April

A solicitor at magic circle law firm Allen & Overy has been referred to a disciplinary tribunal over a non-disclosure agreement [...]

3 April

Communications group Avenir Global has acquired London-headquartered public relations firm Hanover for an undisclosed sum. [...]

3 April

Should the audit and consultancy arms of the Big Four firms be divided, as proposed by MPs? [...]

3 April

Last week, the European Union inched closer to finalising new rules governing the use of copyright material on the internet. [...]

3 April

A couple of MPs managed to tear themselves away from Westminster's slow motion car crash yesterday to deliver a kicking to another [...]

3 April

Former Stobart chief Andrew Tinkler will launch his claim for defamation against five of the company's directors in court tomorrow, [...]

2 April

MPs have triggered a war of words in the City after calling for a radical breakup of accountancy’s Big Four firms. [...]

2 April