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Magic Circle firm warns about huge potential cost of 'office banter'

4th January 2013

An intriguing report from one of the UK's largest law firms has estimated that the potential price of so-called 'office banter' could cost businesses close to £300 billion in legal wrangling over the course of…

Host of legal firms help with engineering group's Hong Kong listing

4th January 2013

A host of major international private practices, including firms from the US and a Magic Circle organisation based in London, have advised a growing Chinese company on their HK$3. 9 billion (£240 million) Initial…

Law School set to offer innovative apprenticeship programme

3rd January 2013

One of the most popular legal educational establishments in the UK is to offer an innovative apprenticeship programme for trainee solicitors from next year, following a government announcement. This means that…

Legal sector recognised in New Year Honours List

3rd January 2013

Some of the solicitors and other professionals holding top London legal jobs have been recognised for their services to the industry and the wider public in the prestigious New Year Honours List. The highest honour…

UBS reach Libor settlement with regulators after legal help

2nd January 2013

A legal firm based in the US have helped the beleaguered Swiss banking giants UBS come to a landmark settlement over their part in the Libor interest rate fixing scandal, which will see financial regulators from…

LAW Absolute wish you a Happy New Year!

28th December 2012

There are only a few hours left of 2012, and we at LAW Absolute would like to take the opportunity to be among the first to wish you a happy New Year!  2012 may have been a great year for you in terms of lawyer…

Tesco enjoy partial price-fixing appeal success

28th December 2012

A Magic Circle law firm has secured what is being seen as a partial victory for the supermarket giants Tesco after they launched an appeal against a ruling by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) over accusations of…

Peter Stringfellow wins appeal on dancer case

27th December 2012

A Court of Appeal hearing has found in favour of nightclub owner Peter Stringfellow in the latest judgement regarding a long-running dispute between his world famous London establishment and a dancer who previously…