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A fast-track for beautiful developments?

The Government has published its long-awaited white paper on planning reform, which seeks views on 24 proposals. In this legal insight we look at the key areas that have been targeted for reform.

Cayman Islands administrative fines regime for insurance licensees

By Rob Humphries The Monetary Authority (Administrative Fines) (Amendment) Regulations, 2020 (the “Amendment Regulations”) came into force on 26 June 2020. The Amendment Regulations serve to amend Schedule 1 of the Monetary Authority (Administrative Fines) Regulations (2019 Revision) (the “Fines Regulations”) and extend the scope of the fines which may be levied by the Cayman […]

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Testing the mettle

Steel producer Ispat International had to rely heavily on its in-house legal team due to the technical nature of the business. But that is not to say it won’t look at outside firms- in fact, it probably knows them all. Vanessa Pawsey investigates. In a world increasingly dominated by high-tech developments, the manufacturing industry may […]

Norton Rose boosts pension practice with Nabarros pair

Nabarro Nathanson pension specialist Peter Ford is moving to Norton Rose with fellow partner Lesley Browning. While the market view is that Nabarros’ pension practice is significantly stronger than that of Norton Rose, the latter’s current head of pensions Stuart Lippiatt believes the pair were attracted by the expansion opportunities. Also, when Lippiatt retires next […]

EMI reshuffles senior global legal positions

Media giant EMI is reorganising its legal function with three new appointments to the management. Gareth Hopkins is becoming senior vice-president for legal and business affairs for EMI International, reporting to Shelagh MacLeod, the senior vice-president of worldwide legal and business affairs for EMI Recorded Music. In the newly-created role he will take over the […]

CMS alliance finally fills CEO position

CMS, the European alliance launched by Cameron McKenna, has at last appointed a new CEO, almost a year after the post became vacant. The alliance has appointed non-lawyer Peter van Dalen who will step down as managing director of Camerons’ Dutch ally CMS Derks Star Busmann Hanotiau. The alliance lost CEO Peter Lonnquist in December […]

Schroders calls in Lovells’ Young for Equitable Life demutualisation

Lovells has won Equitable Life as a client for the assurer’s demutualisation and upcoming sale, edging out long-standing advisers Denton Wilde Sapte. Lovells corporate insurance partner John Young was called in by Schroders, Equitable Life’s financial adviser, after the announcement of the demutualisation. Young worked with Schroders on the demutualisation of Clerical Medical and the […]

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