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GDPR risks for retailers

By Jeanette Burgess, Gwendoline Davies Much of the focus in the retail and legal press in recent months has been on the eye-watering level of fines which data protection regulators can impose for infringements of the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation. However in this mini-series Walker Morris’ Heads of Regulatory & Compliance and […]

Swiss Lower House approves corporate tax reform

By Maurus Winzap, Robert Desax On 12 September 2018, the Swiss National Council (Lower House– Nationalrat – Conseil national) approved the revised version for a corporate tax reform (“Tax Proposal 17”). It is based on the Government’s proposal issued in March 2017 and on the version negotiated in the Upper House (Ständerat – Conseil des États) in […]

Angola’s Shipping Law Review

By Joao Afonso Fialho, Jose Miguel Oliveira, Angela Viana The fifth edition of this book aims to continue to provide those involved in handling shipping disputes with an overview of the key issues relevant to multiple jurisdictions. We have again invited contributions on the law of leading maritime nations, including both major flag states and […]

UK Government’s plans for competition law regime if there’s no Brexit

By Simon Barnes On 13 September 2018, the UK government published guidance on the application of competition law and merger control if there is no Brexit deal. The guidance forms part of the Government’s broader publication of technical notices to help businesses and individuals understand and prepare for a possible no-deal Brexit scenario. Consistent with current […]

Social housing – Monthly Law Update

By David Isaacson TLT’s monthly law update on all things affecting social housing include: Charity automatic disqualification rules: changes to the law Government legal panel confirms the validity of electronic signatures Social Housing Green Paper: housing associations must adapt to “new norm Will the revised NPPF lead to more affordable housing? All supported housing funding to […]

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RPC hires Hammonds partner to build up corporate business

Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RCP) has seen its turnover rise to £40m, a 12 per cent increase on 2001-2002, and has started to build on its corporate department with the hire of Hammonds partner Barry Stimpson. RPC chief executive Adrian Martin said the firm’s profits would be up “along similar lines”, but could not give an […]

Linklaters defectors help hike firm profits

Linklaters has saved an estimated £9.6m as a result of the continued partner exodus from the firm. Between 2002 and 2003, at least 21 partners have exited the firm. The firm has made five lateral hires at partner level in the last year and limited the number of its lawyers promoted to the partnership to […]

OGC and Law Society give best practice guidelines

Lawyers will be warned about the public interest implications of their work for the Government under new guidelines being drawn up by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC) and the Law Society. The OGC has teamed up with the Law Society to establish best practice guidelines for lawyers, whether they are advising Whitehall departments or […]

Another one bites the dust

With the failure of yet another group action – this time the army veterans’ claim against the MoD – the costs argument is overshadowing the real issues. Are defendants being given an easy way out? Jon Robins reports The three Ds – disappointed, dismayed and devastated, is how Trevor Ward, senior partner at Manchester firm […]

A&O Hong Kong founder quits for Jardine Matheson inhouse job

Allen & Overy partner Jonathan Gould is leaving the firm to take up the role of general counsel to the Jardine Matheson Group, based in Hong Kong.The Asian-based conglomerate comprises Jardine Pacific, Jardine Motors Group, Hongkong Land, Dairy Farm, Mandarin Oriental, Cycle & Carriage and Jardine Lloyd Thompson. A senior corporate partner, Gould will have […]

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