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Workplace testing and vaccinations: What employers need to know

Workplace testing has proven to be a crucial piece in the UK government’s jigsaw to get British business back on its feet. But how can businesses implement a workplace testing programme and will the vaccine roll out make a difference?

What makes effective decision making in a virtual setting?

When quality decisions are made efficiently, team members are willing to actively support and engage in the endpoint. This buy-in creates a critical momentum, avoiding the sense of limbo that can linger when decision making is postponed or unclear.

Green ambitions for post-Brexit UK financial services

Green finance remains high on the agenda despite the potential distractions of COVID-19 and Brexit. Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has already set out further developments in the UK Government’s plans for the future of financial services post-Brexit. Alongside updates on approach to matters including equivalence and financial technology, the announcement emphasised the UK’s intention to remain a leader in green finance.

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Linklaters’ GC steps down after almost two decades

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Three firms lead on Made.com’s London listing

Davis Polk & Wardwell has won the mandate to advise furniture retailer Made.com on its imminent London listing. Partner Will Pearce is the lead partner advising from Davis Polk, as Made.com plans to raise £100m for the float. Meanwhile Latham & Watkins partner Chris Horton is at the helm for the banks, which include JP […]

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Hogan Lovells COO departs after a decade

Hogan Lovells’ chief operating officer (COO) has left the firm after two years in the role, and 10 at the firm. Darren Mitchell, who will leave on 15 June, joined Hogan Lovells in 2011 as COO for Continental Europe from Clifford Chance. Hogan Lovells confirmed that Mitchell will be leaving and said: “He plans to […]

DWF back on the M&A trail with two acquisition deals

DWF is looking to provide a special bonus pool to its staff off the back of a set of positive financials, as it returns to its acquisitive mode with the purchase of two new businesses. A trading update showed that revenue grew by 13 per cent to £338m, with profits before tax standing at £34m, […]

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