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Law report: Case Summaries

24 May 1999

Lawyers weigh up loyalty and lucre

THERE WAS a time when a job in a City law firm was for life. Now the typical lawyer's career path will often involve several successively better paid lateral moves. If the position is not yet quite as fluid as that in investment banking or mainstream corporates, where even chief executives are showing themselves sus-ceptible to rival offers, it appears that old-style loyalty to the firm is being replaced by greater emphasis on indiv-iduals and the pay packets they can attract.

Law Reports: Case Summaries; 19 April 1999

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Tuesday Law Report: 23 February 1999 Credit Lyonnais Nederland NV (now known as Generale Bank Nederland NV) v Export Credits Guarantee Department House of Lords (Lord Slynn of Hadley, Lord Woolf, Lord Steyn, Lord Clyde, Lord Millett) 18 February 1999

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Law Report: 19 November 1997: Common-sense approach should be adopted by court

A broad common-sense approach should be adopted to the question whether actions were related for the purposes of an application to stay proceedings or to decline jurisdiction pursuant to the provisions of article 22 of the Brussels Convention.
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