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Rolls-Royce has promoted its head of legal Mark Gregory to the role of general counsel, with former legal chief Robert Webb QC set to rejoin Brick Court Chambers as an arbitrator.
Rolls-Royce has instructed Slaughter and May as principal adviser on the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) probe into allegations of bribery and corruption at the company, it has emerged.
Ince & Co’s Singapore managing partner Richard Lovell is leaving the firm to join Reed Smith along with Incisive Law joint managing director Mohan Subbaraman.
United Airlines’ general counsel Brett Hart has been named as the company’s acting CEO, while current head Oscar Munoz goes on medical leave.
Blackstone Chambers’ Monica Carss-Frisk QC and Hogan Lovells have secured a win for Uber after the High Court decided that the private hire company’s app was legal under the legislation governing taxis in London.
Insurance firm Ince & Co is discreetly sounding out firms for a possible tie-up, The Lawyer understands.
Latham & Watkins, Slaughter and May and Sullivan & Cromwell have landed top roles on the Carlyle Group’s $2bn (£1.3bn) sale of aircraft service provider Landmark Aviation to BBA Aviation.
Tui Travel group legal director Mike Bowers is leaving the company to join listed automotive company Inchcape as general counsel.
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Including £1bn of loans to be released to ’unblock large housing developments on sites in Manchester and Leeds and across the country’.
Layoffs notification case: directors acquitted download subscription
2015 has seen two separate prosecutions instigated for alleged failure to notify the Secretary of State of proposed collective redundancies – the City Link and USC cases.
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Germany leads in revenue provision.