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What does it take to run a successful senior living operation?

In this on-demand webinar, Dominic Morris is joined by Phil Schmid, Julia Ashley, Nick Edwards, Tom Lord and Andrew Brown discussing what it takes to run a best of class retirement community. The panel looks at the resident experience, the growing use of technology in meeting residents’ needs and how the sector is embracing the ESG challenge.

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Herbert Smith, Norton Rose, Slaughter & May and Danish firm Bruun & Hjejle have won roles advising on G4S’ £5.2bn acquisition of cleaning and security group ISS from private equity houses EQT and GS Capital Partners. Slaughters advised ISS on the deal, fielding a team led by corporate partner Jeff Twentyman. Slaughters banking partners Robert […]

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Cigalon

What is Cigalon? Cigalon is a Provençal refuge in the heart of legal London – next to the Law Society and opposite the Temple. It’s also the Occitan nickname for cicadas – backing vocals to Mediterranean nights.  Name: Cigalon Best for: French cooking at its best. Client-clinching Rating: 9/10 Nearest Tube: Chancery Lane Website: www.cigalon.co.uk […]

A&O tops up Washington DC practice with O’Melveny partner

Allen & Overy (A&O) has once again turned to O’Melveny & Myers as it expands its Washington DC practice. The firm has hired financial services regulatory lawyer Bill Satchell, who was a partner at O’Melveny & Myers. Satchell will work alongside the three financial services lawyers A&O poached from the US firm in July this […]

Ashurst goes on a diet

For a while there it looked like Ashurst would get away with just the fallout from its war on real estate and energy. The perception that senior management considered anything other than corporate and finance as peripheral was reinforced when the firm shifted six real estate partners and three in energy, transport and infrastructure down […]

CoA agrees that Leigh Day must reduce Trafigura success fee

The Court of Appeal (CoA) has handed down judgment in the latest bout between Leigh Day & Co and Trafigura, upholding an earlier ruling that Leigh Day must cut the 100 per cent success fee it charged for bringing a group action against the oil company to 58 per cent. Leigh Day sent shockwaves through […]

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