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Blog: Application for an inquest into Alfie Evans’ death is without merit

By Bridget Dolan QC R (Allman) v HM Senior Coroner for Liverpool and Wirral The short and desperately tragic life of Alfie Evans, and his parents’ heart-rending fight to have him transferred to Rome for continuation of his life sustaining treatment, has recently been fully played out in the public arena. The public hearings in the […]

Implications of a ‘no Brexit deal’ on business structuring, accounting and audit

By Alison Johnson As 29 March 2019 draws ever closer and Brexit withdrawal negotiations continue, the UK government has started to release a series of technical notices outlining the implications of a “no Brexit deal” on certain key topics and industries. Noting that changes in business structuring, accounting and audit will be of interest to […]

Mortgage portfolio transfers – How a stitch in time saves nine

By Abigail Hadfield Inadvertently failing to transfer the legal title to even a handful of mortgages following a portfolio acquisition can be a costly mistake. The secondary market in residential mortgage books is thriving, and purchasers are increasingly being caught out by this apparently simple issue. In the majority of cases, a suitably-worded power of […]

Governing law and jurisdiction clause in contracts

By Gordon Bell, Tom Price, David Lowe Governing law and jurisdiction or dispute clauses are two distinct things. Governing law is the substantive law of the contract and dispute resolution clauses are the clauses that tell you where and how your dispute is going to be resolved. They are very different. One does not imply the other and […]

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Season of staff disruption over pay kicks off at Law Society

Accountants and investigative staff are set to follow the first strike in the Law Society’s 172-year history by a work-to-rule aimed at causing maximum disruption. On Monday the majority of the 45 staff at the society’s monitoring unit and investigation accountants department were due to go out on a one-day strike over pay, and not […]

Law Soc reneges on promise to survey number of masons

The Law Society is retreating from a promise to find out how many council members are freemasons, because it says MPs have already published their report on masons in the police and the judiciary. In February, Derek Sands, chair of the Law Society’s criminal law committee, agreed to a request by the Home Affairs committee […]

US bond issue first

Linklaters & Paines has acted on the first international US dollar convertible bond issue by a Polish company. The firm acted as English and US legal advisers to Robert Fleming & Co and MC-BBL Securities, the joint lead managers of the offering, and for the trustees to the issue, Citicorp Trustee Company. The deal also […]

Irish Law Soc slams party plans for legal ombudsman

An Irish political party’s election manifesto pledge to introduce an independent legal ombudsman with statutory powers to deal with public complaints against the legal profession has been met with stiff opposition from the Irish Law Society. The Progressive Democrats, a centre right party, is tipped to become part of a new coalition government after next […]

A matter of convenience

re: “Solicitor who ‘broke any law that was convenient’ struck off” (The Lawyer, 8 April). If the former partners of Freeses did, indeed, break “any law that was convenient” what, one wonders, did they do when up against the many inconveniences with which Parliament has obstructed those of fraudulent intent? Stephen C Miller Harper Macleod

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