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Nobody likes being the bearer of bad news, particularly when Britain is being hit by snow and 65mph winds in mid-May. But in the theme of moping, we might as well mope and moan a bit more. Because this week’s news has been about shrinking companies and streamlined legal teams, which isn’t much fun for […]

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Olswang boosts pensions with Lawrence Graham hire

Olswang has strengthened its pensions team with the hire of Lawrence Graham partner Ron Burgess. Burgess, who originally trained and qualified in South Africa, began work at Olswang last week. He has previously worked at Allen & Overy, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and was seconded to the Pensions Regulator for a time. He advises corporates, trustees […]

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Hage Aaronson secures Supreme Court win for M&S

Hage Aaronson has secured a Supreme Court win for Marks & Spencer (M&S) after the court today ruled against HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in a tax battle with the retailer. The ruling comes just a day after the High Court found that M&S should be held liable for trademark infringement against Interflora (21 May […]

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Why paying for pupillages is bad for the bar

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