International Legal News

Hogan Lovells looks to sharpen emerging markets focus with leadership changes

Second wave of appointments by new CEO Miguel Zaldivar include creation of new Middle East practice group

Houthoff appoints co-managing partner after death of incumbent

Litigator assumes role after period of 'much sadness and grief' for firm as it also appoints new US head

Majority of tech GCs say their firms are unprepared for new global privacy regulations, survey finds 

Only 31% of GCs say their organisations are prepared for CCPA and other privacy laws

Around the house: GCs arrive at MSG Entertainment and Providence

Our latest in-house appointments round-up also sees tobacco giant Philip Morris International secure a new GC and SVP

HFW teams up with KPMG and Augusta Ventures to offer Covid-19 disputes service

Non-exclusive relationship seeks to capitalise on expected surge in pandemic-related litigation

Freshfields hires five partners from quartet of US rivals to launch Silicon Valley office

Magic circle UK firm hails 'dream team' as it targets lucrative West Coast tech sector

Lex Mundi launches platform for cross-firm working on multinational projects and deals

Equisphere seeks to combine people, process and technology to facilitate management of cross-border matters

TLT forges alliance with Dutch firm Holla as part of international growth plan

Bristol firm is seeking further partnerships across Europe, US and India

Baker McKenzie promotes 84 lawyers to partnership in largest round since 2016

Chicago, London and Washington DC see most promotions followed by a bumper Mexico City crop

Kenya's Competition Tribunal shows its independence in Telkom-Airtel merger ruling

Joyce Karanja argues the tribunal's first judgment shows it will not hesitate to vary or overturn decisions of the Competition Authority