Authenticity and trustworthiness are critical to professional success, says G+T partner

Simon Muys discusses law as his childhood dream, how important it is for law firms to listen, and wanting to hit up a pub

Global healthcare company receives $1.2bn equity boost with HSF’s help

“Despite the current uncertainty in market conditions, there is continued investor support for the right businesses,” the firm says

US bar comments on nationwide protests after George Floyd death

The American Bar Association declared its intent to help develop solutions to rebuild citizens’ trust in the law

Gadens helps e-sports guru get in the game on $4.2m sale

Lawyers from the firm’s IP and technology and corporate advisory teams collaborated on the transaction

Slater and Gordon UK looks to embrace the remote work setup after COVID-19

The UK branch of the firm will let go of its physical office in London in September

Lander & Rogers beefs up technology and digital practice with new partner

The partner joins up “at a time when the legal and business worlds have had to adapt to and invest in technology at an unprecedented rate,” the firm says

MinterEllison comments on litigation funder regulations

Uncertainties surrounding the implementation of the regulations could complicate the resolution of class actions

New Jersey Supreme Court boots judge for misconduct

The now-former judge had most notably come under fire for asking a domestic violence victim whether she had tried to close her legs to prevent a rape


LAN of the long white cloud? The expanding reach of New Zealand law to online businesses

Kensington Swan experts break down how NZ legislative changes affect online businesses

Putting people first

Why firms must invest in their people to improve productivity

“Where money is given in the course of litigation, there is a compelling need to look the gift-horse squarely in the mouth”

Play, Pause, Rewind, Repeat

The conversation about successful professional women ‘doing it all’ is stuck in a harmful time warp that needs to end


Have your say on COVID-19 litigation

Share your thoughts, experiences and predictions regarding coronavirus related claims and litigation.

Now is the time that in-house lawyers prove just how valuable they are

LOD’s Anthony Wright discusses five problems in-house teams are facing amid the pandemic

Set to ‘heavily expand,’ LOD Legal pushes to further differentiate itself from the pack

Following a major Australasian acquisition, the legal services disruptor has bigger goals in sight for 2020

New challengers arise

When it comes to servicing SME clients, traditional law firms face disruption.