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Cayman trusts: A toolbox for tough times

With trust assets becoming more unusual in nature, beneficiaries establishing careers and family homes across the globe, and the regulatory environment growing increasingly complex, the modern trustee can be faced with a wide range of issues to address and challenges to overcome.

FCA test case ruling – welcome news for businesses

The High Court has handed down the long-awaited judgment in the coronavirus business interruption insurance test case brought by the FCA. Whilst the judgment may be appealed by the insurers, it is a very positive outcome for most businesses.

Can SECR fill the void where ESOS failed?

Whilst Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) could be seen at first glance as a watered down ESOS without the site audits, it has the ability to deliver a wide range of energy efficiency and carbon reduction measures for organisations for years to come in a way that ESOS alone will never achieve.

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Norton Rose to rival magic circle on NQ pay

Norton Rose is increasing newly-qualified pay to £55,000 in a move designed to ensure the firm offers competitive associate and trainee salaries. Newly-qualified lawyers will see their pay rise from £50,000, bringing pay at Norton Rose close to the £55,100 announced earlier today by Linklaters. The firm is also raising first-year trainee pay to £30,000 […]

Morality hilarity

Tulkinghorn is often privy to sensitive information. He respects the courage lawyers summon up to keep him informed of developments. But it is apparent that some have more pluck than others. A senior associate from a magic circle firm rang recently to tell Tulkinghorn of the wonderful news that he had secured a job in […]

Watson Farley makes up three

Watson Farley & Williams has promoted three associates to the partnership this year, two of whom started as trainees in 1995. Litigation specialist David Foster and corporate lawyer Christina Howard were made up in the London office, having joined the firm as trainees 11 years ago. This year’s round of promotions at Watson Farley is […]

International Power extends top Middle East lawyer’s role

International Power is to hand more authority to its Middle East general counsel after the departure of David Wadham for Ashurst. Graham Methold has been named the UK energy company’s top lawyer for the lucrative Middle East region after Wadham’s resignation, as first reported on www. thelawyer.com (26 April). Methold, who joined International Power from […]

DWS embarks on mission to bolster depleted partnership

Denton Wilde Sapte is set to rebuild its partnership with 26 promotions after losing almost a fifth of its partners over the past two years. Technology, media & telecoms (TMT), which notoriously lost 11 partners in one fell swoop to DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary in 2004, did not make up any lawyers, having promoted three during […]

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