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EMI Options: Approval granted

By Ben Watson As mentioned in our previous update, the tax reliefs associated with Enterprise Management Incentives (EMI) options are technically a form of state aid and therefore require approval from the EU Commission.  Two days before the deadline of 7 April 2018, HMRC announced that the UK had failed to renew its EU state aid […]

Avoid World Cup marketing own goals this summer

By Jo Pritchard The 2018 FIFA World Cup is to shortly kick off in Russia. Amidst the excitement, it is important to remember a few key dos and don’ts for any planned marketing campaigns. With a global audience of more than 3 billion, it will be tempting to capitalise on the football fever with World […]

Independent review of building regulations and fire safety

The catastrophic events of the evening of 14 June 2017 which led to the tragic loss of 71 lives at Grenfell Tower has cast a spotlight on the system relating to the design, construction and maintenance of high-rise and complex buildings. In the wake of the disaster, the government announced an independent review of building […]

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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, one of the firms advising London 2012 pro bono on the capital’s bid for the Olympics, has also donated over $50,000 (£27,000) in support of a rival bid by New York. Freshfields, Clifford Chance, Ashurst and Berwin Leighton Paisner are all working pro bono on London’s bid, but only the first three are named as “major partners”. […]

Who beat Richard’s Mighty Arse?

Thanks to Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr partner Richard Eaton for putting Tulkinghorn straight on his footballing facts. An earlier diary story about Emma Slessenger, the lawyer who came second in BBC Radio 4’s Brain of Britain quiz, incorrectly stated that Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest was the last team to go unbeaten throughout an […]

Australia opens indigenous work to private firms

The Australian federal government has launched a tender process for firms interested in providing indigenous legal aid services in Victoria and western Australia. It is the first time that government-funded legal services provided to Aborigines and Torres Strait islanders in Australia have been opened up to private law firms. The tendering process will progressively replace […]

Sainsbury’s ditches property panel review for fixed-fee plan

J Sainsbury has abandoned plans to overhaul its property panel and is now demanding a single fixed fee from its advisers. The move is part of the supermarket’s plans to roll out a suite of standard-form property documents, including licences to assign and agreements relating to residential disposals and lease renewals. Head of group legal […]

Floating charges

Deals are concluded in many places – exotic countries, buildings of architectural significance… But Tulkinghorn thinks that a couple of City associates may have scooped the prize for oddest location to finish a deal. Both lawyers spend their evenings and weekends navigating the obstacles and eccentricities of the tidal Thames as coxes for rowing clubs. The cox is […]

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