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The persisting spectre of the pandemic continues to create uncertainty in the market. Over the last 18 months, insolvency figures remained consistently low due to the government support which has been in place. With the prospect of that support coming to an end there is likely to be a reckoning, but when that will begin is unclear. Overall, this next year is likely to be one of resolving loose ends and tidying up before the economy can take off afresh.

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The use of smart security devices and domestic CCTV systems is becoming increasingly common. If you use security cameras and similar devices in your home, data protection law may apply and it’s important to know your legal obligations.

HR Horizon tracker Winter 2022

Find out what HR directors will need to prepare for in the coming months and beyond in the Winter 2022 edition of TLT’s biannual tracker.



And then there were three: Contenders are whittled down in CC elections

After the first round of voting, three partners are left in the running for Clifford Chance’s top job, The Lawyer has learned. Litigation practice head Matthew Newick and Singapore managing partner Kai-Niklas Schneider are both understood to be no longer in the race for managing partner. It means the competition is down to three remaining […]

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RICS kicks off search for new GC

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is seeking a new general counsel after its former GC left the organisation. Alix Rejman has exited RICS after two years, having joined from Fieldfisher, where she was a director. Rejman had qualified and practised at Fieldfisher for 16 years before joining RICS in 2018. In September, a […]

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XXIV Old Buildings loses silk to 3VB

3VB has bolstered its senior ranks by hiring a QC from XXIV Old Buildings. Tom Montagu-Smith QC‘s move was confirmed to The Lawyer on Friday, with the offshore specialist making the second switch of his career. With a commercial-based practice built around international litigation and arbitration, Montagu-Smith’s career at the Bar started with 2 Temple […]

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