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Permission in principle – growth, renewal, protect

The biggest shake up of the planning system since 1947 continues apace with the announcement, on 2 August, of government plans to create an automatic green light for development within specifically designated areas of the country.

Setting aside company transactions involving Jersey, Guernsey and BVI companies

Financial pressure can change perspectives on transactions – whether through the lens of an insolvent winding up, in the context of a counterparty or related interested party exploring ways in which they might unravel a transaction, or a new board considering whether a company can extricate itself from contractual arrangements that appear to have been subject to a conflict of interest or which were for an improper purpose.

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IT and technology professionals are still widely excluded from firms’ management boards, as highlighted in The Lawyer’s Technology report 2019. The report, released today, depicts the current state of technology across law firms, providing insights into how far it has been embedded into formal structures and reflected in budget and investments. When it comes to […]

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