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Extension of temporary adjusted right to work checks

There has been a welcome announcement from the government today, an extension of the temporary COVID-19 adjusted right to work checks. Temporary checks will now continue until 20 June 2021.

Renew Romania 2021

A roadmap for investors and developers who are interested in entering the Romanian renewable energy markets, and for existing market players, insights on how to further streamline the setup, operation and financing of their investments in this sector.

The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal finds Norwich Pharmacal relief is available in aid of foreign proceedings

The Court of Appeal of the Cayman Islands (CICA) has found that the Cayman courts have jurisdiction to grant a Norwich Pharmacal Order (NPO) in support of potential proceedings before a foreign court, even where alternative statutory remedies may be available (in this instance, the provisions of the Evidence (Proceedings in Other Jurisdictions) (Cayman Islands) Order 1978 (the Evidence Order)).


SCB pay-outs go through the roof

LATEST figures from the Law Society reveal that pay-outs from the Solicitors’ Complaints Bureau reached an historic high in 1993 – but dishonesty and shoddy work will ensure the record is broken again in 1994. Solicitors spent u23 million last year bailing out their professional colleagues – up by more than 50 per cent on […]

Eversheds Jaques talks 'going well'

Talks between national law firm Eversheds and City-based Jaques & Lewis are said to be going well. If a merger went ahead, Jaques & Lewis would become the Eversheds London office, with Eversheds staff leaving the Gunpowder Square office and moving into Victoria Street. The move would create the country’s largest law firm with over […]

Barrister gets chair in criminal justice

Barrister Roy Light has been appointed Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Light, who practises on the South Western Circuit, is based at the city’s St John’s Chambers. He is an acknowledged authority on several aspects of the criminal justice system including alcohol-related crime, car crime and the […]

Pinsents partner finds common purpose

Pinsent & Co senior partner Julian Tonks has been appointed chair of educational organisation Birmingham Common Purpose. Common Purpose, which runs study programmes in 26 cities throughout the UK in areas such as crime and justice and economy and employment, is aimed at “high-fliers” from the public, private and voluntary sectors. Participants attend a series […]

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