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Streamlining the legal hold process

This white paper covers: the basics of legal holds, highlighting their importance to pending and active litigation processes; common challenges and how they might be avoided through the implementation of an effective strategy; and an exclusive introduction into the unique legal holds solutions built directly into the Everlaw platform.

Covid and counterfeits: How brand owners are fighting back against pandemic opportunists

As has been widely noted, online trade grew significantly in 2020. Confined to their homes, consumers relied on the internet for buying food, household products, medical supplies, children’s toys and games, and electronic goods. In response to the increased demand, online marketplaces expanded their range of suppliers. Meanwhile, trying not to lose their traditional customers, offline businesses rapidly moved into the online space.

Cyber Security – What do pension scheme trustees need to know?

With “European Cybersecurity Month” drawing to a close, and the Pensions Regulator sharpening its focus on cyber risk as part of its new single code of practice, now is the perfect time for pension scheme trustees to consider this area of significant and growing risk to your scheme.

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Penningtons Manches in talks to boost borrowing amid pandemic

In an attempt to stand up to the economic ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic, Penningtons Manches Cooper is looking to extend its external credit facilities. A decision has officially been taken by the firm in regard to raising more capital, although The Lawyer understands it is still only in negotiations with its primary lender. The […]

EY

DLA’s former finance and projects head moves over to EY

EY’s legal arm has brought in a senior DLA Piper partner, marking its first major lateral of this year. Partner Charles Morrison has been at DLA Piper for over fourteen years, having joined in 2005. A project finance specialist, he focuses on the oil and gas sector and advises governments, industry giants and financial institutions. […]

David Pollitt, DAC Beachcroft

DAC Beachcroft cuts pay for partners on reduced working week

Fee-earners in quieter practice areas at DAC Beachcroft are taking temporary pay cuts in line with reduced working hours, while the majority of the firm’s most recent profit distributions have been withheld. This means that partners have at least received some of their distributions, unlike other firms, although the rest of the payments have been […]

Fieldfisher

Fieldfisher favours London in latest promos round

Fieldfisher has made up eight lawyers to partner in a round that has largely revolved around the firm’s London office. The promotions, which have been effective since the beginning of May, include a smaller cohort than that of 2019, when the firm made up 14 lawyers – its largest promotions round since 2017. In the […]

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