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Acquisition agreements during Covid-19

Given the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is timely for us to look closely at material adverse change clauses in the context of a business acquisition.

Capital market trends and expectations for 2021

It has certainly been a profound start to a new decade thus far, and after the events of 2020, what have we noticed in terms of new stock exchange listing trends and what do we anticipate for this current calendar year?

The new how: thriving on change

The world is changing. At lightning-fast speed. This white paper, prepared as part of The Lawyer’s Smarter Working Week, looks at the main drivers for change in more detail and how you can prepare for ‘change3’.

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Exchange’s turnover rises to tune of £1m

Liverpool and Manchester set Exchange Chambers has become the first barristers’ chambers to report its 2004-05 income. Liverpool and Manchester set Exchange Chambers has become the first barristers’ chambers to report its 2004-05 income. The set saw turnover rise by £1m from last year’s £13.1m, announcing income of £14.1m for the last financial year. This is […]

RHM in conflict with ex-counsel

RHM Foodbrands, the main operating company of Mr Kipling cakes and Hovis Bread, has become embroiled in a spat with its former interim head of legal. IP specialist Kevin Mutch was RHM’s interim legal head until Thomas Murphy took the helm two months ago. He is claiming that he and one other senior lawyer were […]

DWS partnership faces “holistic” examination

Many explanations have been mooted for the partner haemorrhage at Denton Wilde Sapte (DWS). One factor common to the defections of the high-billing media/IP team was dissatisfaction with the merit-orientated remuneration system. The firm is now embarking on a wholesale review of the system, albeit as part of what managing partner Howard Morris calls a […]

A sight for Warsaw eyes

Osborne Clarke is, understandably, delighted with its flash new London Wall digs, complete with outdoor barbie area and sweeping views over St Paul’s and towards… erm… Clifford Chance‘s old Aldersgate Street offices and over the glorious roofs and air-conditioning units of the Barbican. The splendid scene caused one Polish in-house waiter to remark: “It’s so […]

Slaughter and May promote six to partnership

Slaughter and May will announce six new partners on 1 May 2005. Simon Nicholls, David Watkins and Benita Yu will be made up in corporate and M&A; Mark Dwyer and Matthew Tobin, in corporate andfinance and Claire Jeffs in competition.

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