Archive for July, 2016

Three new Litigation partners for Ogier

Ogier has appointed three new partners to the global Litigation team from 1 February 2013.  The appointments reflect Ogier's continued expansion and confidence in the future growth and development of its Litigation business.  The appointments mean that Ogier are making six people up to partner from 1 February 2013.  These appointments not only strengthen Ogier's global Litigation practice but also make...

31 Jan 10:04 AM 0 Read More...

Kroll Ontrack and Hudson Legal form partnership to deliver high quality, low-cost edisclosure results

Kroll Ontrack and Hudson Legal have announced a partnership that combines robust technology assisted review (TAR) functionality with highly skilled and experienced review teams. Together, Kroll Ontrack, a world leader in edisclosure and data recovery software, and Hudson Legal, a global provider of edisclosure solutions, managed review and legal staffing, will offer law firms and corporations world-class next-ge...

30 Jan 2:44 PM 0 Read More...

Olswang strengthens Corporate team with new German partner from Mayer Brown

International law firm Olswang continues its growth strategy by adding new partner Thomas Schubert to its German team. Joining the firm on 1 February 2013 from Mayer Brown, Thomas Schubert will focus on Corporate law, Restructuring and Insolvency, building on his extensive experience in the Technology and Renewable Energy sectors.   Prior to Olswang, Thomas worked in Berlin, Houston and Düsseldorf on intern...

30 Jan 8:56 AM 0 Read More...

DLA Piper announces new office leadership appointments in US

DLA Piper has announced the following office leadership appointments in the US: Joe Alexander to co-managing partner of the Atlanta office, joining current OMP Robert Crewdson John Gilluly to managing partner of the Austin office, succeeding Jim Montgomery Fred McClure to managing partner of the Tampa office, succeeding Ron Holliday David Mendelsohn to sole managing partner o...

29 Jan 2:50 PM 0 Read More...

Privilege Should Broadly Protect Lawyers’ Confidential Communication With Firm In-House Counsel

In a legal-malpractice case before the Georgia Supreme Court, an American Bar Association amicus brief urges that the attorney-client privilege and work product doctrine should protect confidential communications between a firm's lawyers and its in-house counsel unless there is compelling cause for a legal exception.    The brief, filed in St. Simons Waterfront LLC v. Hunter, Maclean, Exley & Dunn P.C.,...

29 Jan 9:03 AM 0 Read More...