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Nabarro has advised long-term client UK Coal on the restructuring of its business which completed on Monday 10 December. The company will now be known as Coalfield Resources plc.
Nabarro has recruited Jeremy Phillips to its corporate team.
Nabarro has acted for Google on the acquisition of a site at Argent’s King’s Cross estate for the development of the technology giant’s new UK headquarters.
The growth of smartphones has revitalised the potential of proximity marketing in shopping centres, exhibition spaces, concert and sports venues, and other public places. This briefing highlights a number of things the owners and operators of these spaces need to bear in mind if they are thinking of taking advantage of this technology.
Briefing from Nabarro on changes at the Financial Services Authority, European investment law and more.
The Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC) is now well under way but confusion still reigns over the application of many areas of the scheme.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) recently published Consultation Paper 12/2 (CP) on 26 January 2012 setting out proposals for a range of changes to the Listing Rules.
Analysis of changes to executive remuneration policy, changes to market listing rules and trouble in the eurozone.
A number of recent developments in the area of religion and belief discrimination merit employers’ attention.
Since 6 April 2011, certain termination payments made to employees after issue of their P45 have been subject to a new tax regime implemented by the Income Tax (PAYE) Regulations 2011. “Share-based payments” (including employee shares, share options and related gains) made after the issue of the employee’s P45 were carved out of the new regime, but this is set to change. Under draft regulations recently published by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), with effect from 6 April 2012, employers ...
The Government recently published the Financial Services Bill (the Bill), together with a new approach document.
In the current market and fragile economic climate you may be concerned about the commercial viability of your customers and suppliers and the impact that a corporate failure may have on your business.
The FSA recently published a discussion paper setting out its provisional thoughts on how to implement the Alternative Investment Fund Managers’ Directive (AIFMD or the “Directive”) in the UK. Firms should now be taking steps to ensure they are “AIFMD-ready”.
Following the publication by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) of its technical advice on implementing the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), this briefing, the last in our series, examines the outstanding issues in relation to third countries.
Hot on the heels of the release of the FSA discussion paper on the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) recently published a short discussion paper tackling some of the key issues on scope.
A number of year end reports have drawn attention to the falling number of companies coming to market for the first time over the last five years – in London, by more than half.
This note provides a short summary of the two formal insolvent liquidation processes.
The demise of the primary care trusts and the emergence of GP consortia raises legal issues for landlords of primary care premises.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has handed down its keenly awaited judgment in SAS Institute Inc. v World Programming Ltd.
Since the publication of the 2011 Healthcare Barometer, the industry has experienced a roller coaster of ups and downs in relation to healthcare reform.