Shoosmiths' High Court success for Konica Minolta
Shoosmiths has helped Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) to overcome a potential obstacle, after the High Court decided the proposed rectification of its pension scheme would not contravene statutory preservation requirements. Click here to read the case study.

Shoosmiths ensures Ageas's success in £116m deal
Shoosmiths has advised Ageas (UK) on its £116m acquisition of Groupama Insurance Company Limited (GICL), securing the insurance giant's position as Britain's fifth-largest non-life insurer in the process. Click here to read the case study.

Experian — Life in a Box
Shoosmiths advised leading credit reference agency Experian concerning an experiment it conducted into online security ahead of National Identity Fraud Week. Click here to read the case study.

Briefings from Shoosmiths

  • Litigants in person: is the tide turning?

    Following the recession, legal aid cut backs and poor economic conditions have led to an increasing number of LIPs being seen in the courts as people struggle to pay for legal representation. 

  • Proposed changes to make fundraising easier

    The Government has proposed draft legislation which will relax the rules surrounding the holding of small lotteries for fundraising purposes. 

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Analysis from The Lawyer

  • Hester: declined bonus worth almost £1m

    Pay checks

    Compliance and corporate governance codes for large financial institutions will undoubtedly include provisions to regulate high pay in the future

  • high street 150

    Focus: Alternative business structures - Law and new order

    There’s more to the ABS model than attracting the man in the street and procuring external investment. Partners at the big corporate firms, take note…


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