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Pubs, bars and restaurants using apps – managing Covid-19 restrictions

Covid-19 restrictions on the leisure, food & drink sector were relaxed in England on the 4 July, with other nations in the UK on differing timetables, and businesses are turning to app-based solutions to aida transition back to some form of normality. This briefing covers considerations for procuring and deploying mobile apps to manage Covid-19 restrictions.

Government announces £80m investment to cut emissions from homes and industry

As part of its decarbonisation agenda the Government has announced that it will invest nearly £80 million towards reducing carbon emissions across homes and energy intensive businesses. The announcement forms part of wider efforts to ensure the UK meets its legally binding target to reach net zero emissions by 2050.

Angola: Mergers & Acquisitions 2020

Susana Almeida Brandão (Managing Associate) and Vanusa Gomes (Managing Associate of ASP Advogados – VdA Legal Partners member in Angola) write a chapter for ICLG Mergers & Acquisitons 2020, an international guide that compares legislation from around the world. The lawyers write the Angola chapter where they explain and develop the country’s mergers and acquisitions […]

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Simmons vows organic TMT expansion

Simmons & Simmons has pledged to focus on organic growth in its London communications and outsourcing group following the loss of two-fifths of its London partner capability in a matter of months. The most recent exit was that of Peter Brudenall, who left to join the London office of Hunton & Williams last week (17 […]

NY proposes conflict rule relaxation

The Appellate Division in New York is considering an amendment to the local professional conduct code, which could radically affect current conflict restrictions on US lawyers. US lawyers working in their home jurisdictions are in no circumstances allowed to act adverse to their clients without first seeking a waiver. However, US lawyers working and licensed […]

Eversheds sued by Nationwide Building Society

Eversheds.jpg” alt=”Eversheds sued by Nationwide Building Society” />Eversheds is being sued by Nationwide Building Society for more than £20m after the financial lender found itself the victim of a mortgage fraud. Nationwide alleges that Eversheds did not give sound advice when the building society was considering whether or not to lend Saleem Arshid and his […]

Canadian consent

With its new ‘Consent Agreement Outline’ Canada has laid the foundations for future mergers. By Shawn Neylan Canada’s Competition Bureau released its precedent ‘Consent Agreement Outline’ for merger remedies on 1 May 2007, which forms an appendix to the previously released ‘Information Bulletin on Merger Remedies in Canada’. As noted by the bureau in its […]

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London: not as sexy as Bradford, apparently

London lags behind Bradford, Leicester and Glasgow as a centre for UK law firm headquarters, according to a survey of managing partners. According to Portman Travel’s survey of the qualities managing partners desire in a city in which to launch, Nottingham is favourite, followed by Manchester and Edinburgh. London, one of the world’s most influential […]

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