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Who should pay for fire safety building remediation costs?

In December 2020, we reported on the vote by the House of Lords on amendments to the Fire Safety Bill relating to the remediation costs associated with the replacement of the dangerous cladding panels and other fire safety defects. Both the Fire Safety Bill and the Building Safety Bill are anticipated to come into effect early this year.

‘Diversity is a given, Inclusion is a choice’ – actionable ideas

In our 3rd blog in the series, ‘Diversity is given, Inclusion is a choice’, Annelieke Jense and Frouke Horstmann provide practical ways based on their experience working with clients on how organisations can create a true inclusive culture by installing processes that mitigate unconscious biases.

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The economics behind the magic circle salary cuts

Allen & Overy and Clifford Chance turned heads this week by announcing salary cuts of 10 and 5.5 per cent respectively for newly-qualified (NQ) solicitors. However, a glance at the magic circle’s NQ data since 2007 shows that this is a predictable precaution and like most law firms in the City, they are expecting a […]

After 100 years, female barristers finally get their own outfitter

A Doughty Street junior has set up the first legal outfitter dedicated to designing courtwear for women. Karlia Lykourgou has set up Ivy & Normanton, which is named after Ivy Williams – the first woman to be called to the Bar in May 1922 and Helena Normanton, who was the second woman to be called. […]

Blackstone reveals trio of hires after recruitment pause

Three barristers have joined Blackstone Chambers, including a public law silk from Doughty Street. The set had paused targeted recruitment juniors but has now started to hire again with two joiners from Littleton Chambers and Cloisters. The set had also paused targeted recruitment of commercial juniors at the outset of the pandemic but this has […]

Fladgate to kick off redundancy consultation

Fladgate is looking to make redundancies as it weathers the economic disruption of the Covid-19 crisis on its business. The firm is starting a redundancy consultation process for members of its staff. It is not clear how many roles will be impacted by the process. In addition, it is understood that the firm has carried […]

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Hill Dickinson makes U-turn on pay cuts

Hill Dickinson has made a U-turn on extending pay cuts for staff. Last week, The Lawyer reported that the firm would be extending pay cuts – after implementing the policy for two months at the start of lockdown. However, The Lawyer understands the firm has now decided to backtrack on the policy, informing staff that […]

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