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The End of Lockstep? Not So Fast.
By Chris Johnson
News that Linklaters is to finally modify its lockstep has raised fresh questions over the long-term future of the compensation system. But with some tinkering, lockstep may prove more durable than many think.
A new Competition Commissioner and a surge in M&A are keeping antitrust lawyers busy in the European Union's capital.
As the European Central Bank takes over as regulator for the eurozone's biggest lenders, clients have plenty of questions.
Turkey's Digital Blackouts
By Tania Karas
Lawyers grapple with government-imposed online restrictions that have snared even Internet giants such as Google and Facebook.
Creative Uses for the U.K.'s ABS Mechanism
By Brian Baxter
Alternative Business Structure (ABS) status allowed one U.K. firm, Gateley, to go public this spring—and has also helped several foreign firms enter the British legal market.
In Acritas' U.K. Law Firm Brand Index 2015, general counsel gave some U.K. midtier firms higher favorability ratings than their most elite competitors.
Data from the NLJ 350 shows how U.S.-based law firms have expanded in nearly every country across the pond over the past decade.
In the largest recent M&A deals across Europe, which law firms got the work?