Tag Archives: recovery

Where have all the hours gone?

The song – or lawyers’ lament perhaps – about the gap between the anticipated rush of litigation and the reality of what actually seems to be happening, might go something like this..   Where have all the hours gone? Long time passing Where has all the litigation gone? Long time ago Where have all the… Read More »

Down among the green shoots

Green shoots?  But will they be trampled by the elephant in the room? In her recent article (Positive thoughts, The Lawyer, 26th August 2009) Katy Dowell quotes the claim by Patrick Sherrington, global head of litigation at Lovells, that London is a “good place to hear cases” and his view that the Government (by asking… Read More »

The race is on

Usain Bolt’s electrifying run in Berlin last weekend which resulted in a new world record of 9.58 seconds for the 100m set the press speculating on how low he could take the world record. Recent events in the global economy have led to a very different run for lawyers. Judging by the gloomy stories coming… Read More »