Company Overview of Osborne Clarke
Osborne Clarke provides legal advisory services. The firm’s focus areas include advertising, banking, construction, corporate, disputes, employment, global, health and safety, intellectual property, information technology and telecom, property, retail, and tax. Osborne Clarke was founded in 1748 and is headquartered in Bristol, United Kingdom with additional offices in Cologne and Munich, Germany; London and Reading, United Kingdom; and Palo Alto, California.
2 Temple Back East
Bristol, BS1 6EG
Founded in 1748
Key Executives for Osborne Clarke
Head of Silicon Valley Office, Head of San Francisco Office and Partner
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Osborne Clarke Key Developments
Christine Flion Joins Osborne Clarke as Partner
May 18 15
Osborne Clarke has hired Taylor Wessing's Brussels managing partner to join its real estate team in the Belgian capital. Christine Flion joins Osborne Clarke as a partner, with a focus on Belgian and foreign real estate investment transactions and finance. She also deals with real estate disputes, development projects, and town and environment planning. Flion joined Taylor Wessing 10 years ago and had been managing partner of its Brussels office since 2009. She previously worked at McKenna Long & Aldridge and Lawfort.
Osborne Clarke Announces Management Promotions
May 7 15
Osborne Clarke has promoted five associate directors to partnership taking the firm's total number of partners to over 200 for the first time. Kate Johnson and Mathias Loertscher are based in Osborne Clarke's London office and both qualified with the firm in 2006. Johnson specialises in payments law, while Loertscher is a corporate lawyer with an interest in mergers and acquisitions in the digital business sector. Projects lawyer Simon Hancock, who trained at Bevan Brittan, has been promoted in the Bristol office, along with tax specialist Tracey Wright. Real estate lawyer Rebecca Clarke has been promoted to partnership in Osborne Clarke's Thames Valley office having joined from Morgan Cole in 2007. Managing partner Ray Berg said of the new partners: Each of them has a very strong client-led ethic which they ally with their deep sector knowledge and market insight. They have grown their practices and have proven themselves to be capable leaders who embody the OC culture.
Osborne Clarke Announces Executive Changes
Jan 19 15
Osborne Clarke has hired two new private client partners in a bid to re-launch its private client offering, which it previously scrapped in late 2013. The re-established group will be headed up by two new partners: Andrew Goodman who joined from Taylor Wessing, and Stuart Janaway who previously worked at boutique private client firm New Quadrant Partners. Both started in their new roles on January 19, 2015. The hires follow the exit of Osborne Clarke's former Bristol-based private client team in 2013. In February 2013, the firm's then private client chief Sandra Brown quit to join Michelmores. In November of the same year, two private client partners Mark Woodward and Robert Drewett left to join Bond Dickinson's Bristol offering. The company's UK managing partner Ray Berg, who replaced former UK chief Simon Beswick at the start of 2015.
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