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Covid-19 temporary voluntary arrangements between Jersey landlords and tenants in respect of residential tenancies

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Jersey Courts are giving priority to criminal cases and those involving children and are unlikely to be dealing with matters relating to property, including proceedings for rent arrears, lease cancellation, orders for possession and eviction (Tenancy Disputes). The Government of Jersey has issued Guidance for both commercial and residential […]

Criminal indictments and issue arrest warrant against Russian residents

The Supreme Court of Cyprus issued its decisions in the matter of the Application of Rostovstev, Civil Application No. 38/2020 on 2 April 2020 and No.40/2020 on 30 April 2020, affirming the Court’s power to issue a warrant of arrest against Russian resident defendants who fail to appear in Court after a criminal indictment has been duly served.

easyJet’s woes worsen

The easyJet data breach story is getting worse for the company rather than better. A group action claim for compensation has now been launched on behalf of the pool of affected customers.

Dispelling the myths around introverts in the workplace

It’s no secret that a lot of things in society are geared towards extraverts. Humans are an inherently social species, so it makes sense that social behaviour tends to get championed and rewarded. This can often be to the detriment of introverts, who are easily drained by prolonged interaction and need to “recharge” by getting some alone time. This can also make their working life more difficult, as workplaces are often highly social environments with policies based on an extraverted mind-set.


Bryan Hughes

Eversheds’ turnover nudges down at half-year point

Eversheds has posted a three per cent drop in turnover for the first six months of the 2010-11 financial year. The firm brought in £172.6m to the end of October, down from £178m for the comparable period last year. CEO Bryan Hughes said: “With market conditions still uncertain, many sectors remain cautious at best and […]

Nabarro slashes staff costs by £4.4m

Nabarro has reduced its staff costs by almost 10 per cent over the past financial year, largely as a result of it slimming down its total salary bill. The firm reduced total staff costs by £4.4m over the 2009-10 financial year, £4m of which was attributable to a reduction in total salaries, according to LLP […]

Kalis’ b-Ark

Norton Rose’s second stealth merger in as many years is the talk of the town (see story). Not all of it is good. Unlike SJ Berwin, the firm did at least successfully keep a lid on its talks with both Deneys Reitz of South Africa and Canada’s Ogilvy Renault for the best part of a […]

Clifford Chance US litigation partner scores monitor role at Xe Services

Clifford Chance is celebrating what it considers to be a significant breakthrough in the profile of its US litigation practice, with the appointment of partner Wendy Wysong as special compliance officer (SCO) for military contractor Xe Services. The appointment, known as a monitorship, is seen as significant because the client, formerly known as Blackwater, is […]

David Cheyne

Links to level the playing field for German partners

Firm’s all-equity push places UK and overseas partners’ remuneration disparity under scrutiny Linklaters is poised to take a major step towards the integration of its international partnership, with the firm planning to move its German partners onto the same remuneration package as their UK counterparts following next year’s pay review. It is understood that there […]

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