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By Michael Bennett The losing party in an adjudication always asks one question – do we really have to pay?  In most cases the answer will be yes, but the list of reasons for saying no just got slightly longer. The recent Court of Appeal case of Gosvenor London Limited v Aygun Aluminium UK Limited [2018] EWCA […]

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In brief: Solicitor-advocates given more power

Legal Aid Board chief executive Steve Orchard has announced that solicitor-advocates are to be given equal status to counsel when counsel’s opinion is sought for the purposes of applying for a legal aid certificate. The LAB is also considering giving legal aid-franchised solicitors firms greater powers to alter legal aid certificates without gaining counsel’s opinion.

Peregrine high flyer

A former managing partner of Herbert Smith’s Hong Kong office has joined the Hong Kong office of US firm Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison. Fred Kinmonth will move from his current position as managing director of Peregrine Capital, the corporate finance arm of the Hong Kong-based Peregrine group.

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