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FCA test case ruling – welcome news for businesses

The High Court has handed down the long-awaited judgment in the coronavirus business interruption insurance test case brought by the FCA. Whilst the judgment may be appealed by the insurers, it is a very positive outcome for most businesses.

Can SECR fill the void where ESOS failed?

Whilst Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) could be seen at first glance as a watered down ESOS without the site audits, it has the ability to deliver a wide range of energy efficiency and carbon reduction measures for organisations for years to come in a way that ESOS alone will never achieve.

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Clerking veteran leaves XXIV Old Buildings after just six months

Just six months after starting, Ian Moyler has left his position as chambers director at XXIV Old Buildings. The former Brick Court Chambers veteran only officially joined the chancery outfit back in December 2019; however, differing visions between himself and the set have led to his premature departure. Prior to joining XXIV, Moyler had spent […]

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Shearman introduces voluntary paid leave scheme for all staff

Shearman & Sterling has introduced a voluntary leave scheme for its lawyers as part of wider coronavirus-related measures. The US firm is giving its staff the choice to take between three and six months of work on 30 per cent of their usual pay, with the amount increasing to 40 per cent if lawyers who […]

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