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Eversheds’ Asia managing partner has commented on the UK’s trade delegation to China.
Eversheds has commented on the arrests of six men in relation to match fixing in the lower UK football divisions.
Eversheds in Germany has advised Microsoft Deutschland on the relocation of its headquarters from Unterschleißheim to Munich, Parkstadt Schwabing.
Audrey Williams, partner at Eversheds, has said that shared parental leave will require careful management by employers and employees.
Andrew Nunn, partner at Eversheds, has commented on news that Dubai-based property group Damac’s London flotation has been delayed.
Greg Brandman, partner and banking regulation expert at Eversheds, has said that the amendment added to the UK Banking Reform Bill is ‘misguided and ill informed’.
Audrey Williams, partner at Eversheds, has commented on a report of the findings of a Whistleblowing Commission conducted by the charity Public Concern at Work.
Glenn Newberry, head of costs at Eversheds, has commented following a Court of Appeal judgment regarding costs in the Andrew Mitchell v News Group Newspapers case.
Simon Rice-Birchall, partner at Eversheds, has commented on a report highlighting perceived UK deficiencies in whistleblowing protection for employees.
Simon Crossley of Eversheds has said that it is no coincidence that trade-secret theft has increased, due to businesses storing information on networked systems.
Eversheds has commented on the announcement that China and the European Union will begin talks on a landmark treaty aimed at boosting investment.
Partner Nigel Stamp believes new guidelines for e-commerce in China are an encouraging development.
Eversheds has advised BOCI Asia on a top-up placing of existing shares of China Singyes Solar Technologies Holdings at an aggregate placing price valued at HKD324m.
David Savage of Eversheds has commented following news that the World Trade Organization is close to sealing the first global trade deal in more than a decade.
Eversheds’ Michelle T Davies has been named as the sector’s Woman of the Year at the Middle East Solar Energy Association’s annual solar awards presentation.
Audrey Williams has commented on the recent vote by the European Parliament in favour of a directive to boost the presence of women in Europe’s boardrooms.
Eversheds has been named as one of the top 10 private sector organisations for racial diversity and inclusion by Race for Opportunity...
Eversheds believes that the launch of a FTSE-compliant UK Employee Ownership Index is a positive step but says there is much still to be done.
It has been reported that Germany will introduce legislation requiring German companies to allot 30 per cent of their non-executive board seats to women from 2016.
Commenting as two new companies plan to list on AIM, Eversheds believes the listings are indicative of wider comfort with the regulatory regime.