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Top tips for litigation: ThinkHouse foundations

Understanding what you need to do when faced with the prospect of litigation is essential for in-house counsel. In this webinar Ana Lelliott provides her top tips for dealing with commercial disputes, discusses when to litigate or consider alternative options and provides a quick refresher on privilege and without prejudice.

Ontario Court of Appeal confirms: No cap on Family Law Act damages in Ontario

In Moore v 7595611 Canada Corp, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that there is no maximum cap for loss of care, guidance and companionship damages under the Family Law Act in Ontario. Family members (spouse, children, grandchildren, parents, grandparents, or siblings) of an injured or deceased person can seek these damages in a tort claim where the injury or death occurred due to the fault or negligence of another person.

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Offices

Squires exits continue as partner joins tech business

Squire Patton Boggs has lost another London partner this year, this time to an in-house role. Employment partner Natalie Bellwood is leaving the firm to become global head of employment law at technology services powerhouse DXC Technology. She will be based in the London office of the US company, which is a strategic provider for […]

Squires sets out finance ambitions with HSF hire

Following on from the hire of Ashurst’s former managing partner James Collis, Squire Patton Boggs has recruited Herbert Smith Freehills partner Ian Yeo in a bid to boost its team. Yeo previously spent 13 years as a partner at HSF and was a trainee at Clifford Chance. He was also at Dentons for a short […]

London

Squires poised for move into RBS’s former HQ

Squire Patton Boggs is looking to downsize its London office as it looks at new premises in nearby Premier Place in Bishopsgate. The firm is understood to be under offer for around 50,000 sq ft of space at Premier Place, 2-5 Devonshire Square, the former headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). It occupies […]

Gibson Dunn bulks up in regulatory with Macfarlanes partner hire

Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has hired a financial services regulatory partner from Macfarlanes, marking its first lateral partner hire in London for nearly two years.  The US firm has hired Michelle Kirschner, who has been at Macfarlanes since 2012, and was previously an associate at Linklaters for nine years. Focused on non-contentious financial services regulation, […]

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