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Eversheds has advised a consortium to reach financial close on its mandate to deliver 12 new schools in the North West of England through the UK Government’s new Private Finance 2 (PF2) delivery model.
Chambers Global 2015 has recognised law office Eversheds Ots & Co for outstanding work in the field of corporate law and dispute resolution.
Paula Barrett, partner and data protection expert at Eversheds, has commented reports from the ECJ hearing yesterday on the Max Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner case.
With just weeks until the general election the Government has managed to squeeze in some 11th hour changes to UK employment law. Eversheds partner Shirley Wright comments.
Eversheds has advised the Department for Transport on a new directly awarded rail franchise agreement with First Greater Western Ltd to operate the Great Western rail franchise until 1 April 2019.
Eversheds has advised FMC Technologies, on an agreement with France-basedTechnip, to form an exclusive alliance and to launch Forsys Subsea.
Eversheds partner Simon Rice-Birchall has commented on the release of the Lord Davies report into Women on Boards on Wednesday.
Eversheds has advised AES Corporation (AES) on the sale of its equity interest in the IPP4 Al-Manakhir power plant in Jordan, to Nebras Power QSC (Nebras).
Mark Latimour of Eversheds, has commented on news that the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority is to launch a market study on asset management to examine charges paid by investors.
Eversheds has appointed consumer finance specialist Clare Hughes as a partner in its London office.
Following news that the G20 is to discuss Islamic bonds as an infrastructure financing tool, Dani Kabbani, Qatar managing partner at law firm Eversheds, said: “Several clients of ours in the Middle East are moving towards non-conventional financing, despite the availability of cash in the local banks.
Construction industry on tenterhooks over the Budget.
Eversheds has appointed Ian Gray as its first international managing partner.
Eversheds has sponsored the Irish Commercial Mediation Association’s annual conference, this year entitled ‘Mediation – What’s in it for me?’.
Michael Conroy Harris, construction expert at law firm Eversheds, has commented on the latest UK construction output numbers.
Paula Barrett of Eversheds, has commented on news that EU member states are expected to back data protection reforms, that US technology groups have labelled a ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ for regulators.
Eversheds’ international arbitration group has been ranked among the top 15 firms by Global Arbitration Review, which lists the most active arbitration practices worldwide.
Svea Court of Appeal has ordered Svensk Vårdförmedling to pay around £400,000 to SEB Trygg Liv, represented by attorneys Magnus Andrén and Hans Forssell of Eversheds Stockholm.
Eversheds has advised Eco2 Ltd on the £160m sale of a biomass plant.
Eversheds has advised Coalfield Resources Plc on its acquisition of 75.1 per cent of the shares in Harworth Estates Property Group Ltd that it does not already own from the Board of the Pension Protection Fund.