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The Africa renewable power story is continuing to gather pace, according to Eversheds partner Howard Barrie.
Eversheds has commented on a DWP paper that sets out proposals to cap the charges levied by default funds under qualifying DC schemes.
Eversheds has advised Manchester Airports Group (MAG) on its joint venture in relation to the development of its £800m Airport City project.
Andrew Legg has commented following news that a British printing company is facing charges of corruption related to contracts for the supply of ballot papers in African elections.
William Densham, partner and real-estate litigation expert at Eversheds, has commented on the Court of Appeal’s recent decision in the case of PGF II SA v OMFS...
Following the publication of strong results from several leading UK retailers, James Batham, partner and head of retail at law firm at Eversheds, has commented.
Eversheds has announced that colleagues from a number of its offices donated to World Food Day on 16 October.
Paul Fontes, partner at Eversheds, has commented on the news that the majority of UK bankers expect to receive a larger bonus in 2013.
Eversheds has commented on the vote of the European Parliament Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee to back a package of changes to EU data protection rules,...
Michelle Davies of Eversheds, has commented following reports from the Climate Policy Initiative think tank showing global investment in renewables fell by one per cent last year.
Eversheds has announced an expansion of its Middle East operations with the opening of a second office in Iraq, located in Erbil, Kurdistan region.
Geoffrey Mead, partner at Eversheds, believes that a forthcoming tribunal fees challenge could be costly for the UK government.
Eversheds has advised the UK’s Highways Agency on the £367m contract for the implementation of a new free-flow charging system at the M25 Dartford-Thurrock river crossing.
Parmjit Singh, partner and head of the international food and drink sector at Eversheds, has responded to a new report from Tesco into food wastage.
Eversheds has commented on proposed new laws governing medical devices being debated in the EU parliament.
Eversheds has expanded its transport team by hiring international rail expert Andrew Herring, who has advised a multitude of public and private sector clients in the transport industries.
Eversheds’ Ben Jones has commented on the announcement from Frey & Co that it will close due to costs arising from the country’s dispute with the US over alleged tax evasion.
A draft EU report due out imminently confirms a commitment to examine more closely the use by some member states of pay between assignment contracts.
Stephen Rose, partner and expert in competition law at Eversheds has commented in response to a joint statement from the Office of Fair Trading, the Competition Commission and Monitor.
Lukasz Jankowski and Jakub Kasnowski joined Wierzbowski Eversheds in Poland in mid-October and are hoped to strengthen and develop the energy law practice.