Bloomberg Law
Feb. 5, 2019, 12:35 PM

Wake Up Call: KPMG Said to Poach Over 100 Tax and Other Attorneys From Top French Firm

  • France’s biggest law firm, Fidal, is considering an “unfair competition” lawsuit against KPMG, after some 130 of its lawyers exited for the accounting giant’s legal branch, including dozens of its tax, transfer pricing, and international mobility specialists, French-language reports say. Fidal until July 2018 had a years-long partnership agreement with KPMG. (Les Echos) (Le Monde du Droit)

  • Virginia Lieutenant Governor Justin E. Fairfax, who moonlights as a Morrison & Foerster partner, would be set to become the state’s new governor if the current governor Ralph Northam exits amid an explosive race controversy. But Fairfax is fending ...

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