Fox & Partners Shortlisted for Boutique Firm of the Year by Modern Law Awards

We are delighted to have been shortlisted as one of six firms in the Boutique Law Firm of the Year (11+ employees) category, by the Modern Law Awards. Now in their sixth year, the awards “were launched to celebrate and identify sparkling talent and success in entrepreneurship, market development, business management and best practice in the…

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Press Release: Fox & Partners appoints new partner to support growth

Employment and Partnership Litigation Specialist Ivor Adair Joins from the Highly-Regarded Employment Team at Slater & Gordon Appointment builds on firm’s growth with expansion of its top-flight dispute resolution service The specialist partnership and employment law firm Fox & Partners has appointed a new partner, Ivor Adair. The appointment is part of the firm’s continuing…

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Book Review: Double Exposure

Michael Simmons’ book shows he has accomplished the transition from being a highly regarded solicitor – he was the senior partner of a mid-sized firm and chairman of the IBA Law Firm Management Committee – to develop into a confident author who holds the reader’s attention. Simmons does so by writing in the first person…

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How the disclosure pilot could curb costs

Litigation Futures (June 11, 2018): The consultation on the new draft rules for disclosure in civil proceedings in England and Wales closed in February. If approved by the Civil Procedure Rule Committee, they will be the subject of a two-year pilot in the Business and Property Courts in London and the regional centres. Read the full…

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‘Gagging orders’ draw veil over Sorrell’s sorry exit from WPP

The Times (April 17, 2018) When Sir Martin Sorrell, the best-paid chief executive of any UK public company, quit WPP, the company he had built into an advertising colossus, its shareholders and employees were left almost entirely in the dark due to a gagging agreement. Read the full article at The Times, which quotes Fox &…

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