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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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Clydes secures victory for Dentons in legal privilege case

Dentons has successfully defended an appeal brought against it by a group of investors, after the latter demanded to see documents protected by legal advice privilege. The case was brought against Dentons by investors Lee Victor Addlesee and others, claiming they lost over €6.5m due to an allegedly fraudulent investment scheme operated by Cypriot company […]

Clydes reveals new leadership as Hasson’s 15-year reign nears end

Clyde & Co has opted for an internal candidate to take on the role of its next chief executive officer, after it was revealed that Peter Hasson will be standing down next year. Matthew Kelsall will replace Hasson from the start of 2020. Hasson has been CEO since 2005. Kelsall is currently the firm’s chief […]

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Clydes shrinks in Scotland as 12-strong group switches firms

Clyde & Co has parted ways with its residential property team in Aberdeen, with the team of 12 set to transfer all of its business over to another Scottish firm. The firm has sold its legacy Simpson & Marwick Aberdeen estate agency team to Ledingham Chalmers and this transfer will be completed on November 4. […]

San Francisco

Clydes hit by further losses as eight US partners leave firm

Just days after a UK team of partners resigned from to form a boutique, another group of eight partners are set to leave Clyde & Co and set up their own venture in the US. The partners are to leave Clydes’ San Francisco office to set up a legal boutique called Atheria Law. Joan D’Ambrosio, […]

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Clydes marine team hit by partner defections to new boutique

A group of partners have resigned from Clyde & Co’s marine practice as they set out plans to go it alone and form a new boutique law firm, The Lawyer understands. The five partners include Ed Mills-Webb, who became a partner in 2010 at the firm. A Clydes spokesperson said: “We can confirm that Ed […]

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