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Sending in the bailiffs… no longer an option for landlords

On 15 September 2020, the government announced further measures to protect commercial tenants from recovery action by restricting the ability of landlords to recover unpaid rent by utilising the Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery process (“CRAR”).

What price do you put on the environment?

The pandemic has challenged a lot of the ways we do things, and large scale on-site catering has been subject to more change than most. For some, this has meant the logistical challenge of delivering meals to residents at a distance from a central kitchen, and alongside the physical distribution, this has brought about the need to procure packaging for hot meals.

SMAs – a phoenix from the flames of Covid-19?

One of the consequences of the slowdown in fundraising caused by the recent pandemic seems to have been an increase in the use of Separately Managed Accounts as investment vehicles.

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FCPA update — November 2012

In this issue: US enforcement agencies issue extensive new FCPA guidance; recent surveys highlight anti-corruption trends facing companies; Italy adopts new anti-corruption law. Click on the link above to download this Debevoise & Plimpton briefing.

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Judgment call – 26 November 2012

Insolvency: The ‘Dicey rule’, arising from the operation of common law and the Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933, applied to foreign judgments in avoidance proceedings in insolvency. Rubin v Eurofinance SA & Ors; New Cap Reinsurance Corporation (In Liquidation) & Anr A E Grant and others as Members of Lloyd’s Syndicate 991 for the […]

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Landmark scoops fourth silk from 4-5 Gray’s Inn

Planning silk John Hobson QC and Stephen Whale are the latest barristers to quit 4-5 Gray’s Inn for Landmark Chambers. Hobson is the fourth silk to leave the set for Landmark in recent weeks following Paul Brown QC and Philip Coppel QC (9 November 2012), and Tim Corner QC (7 November 2012 ). Hobson was […]

Leveson blog

As Lord Justice Leveson prepares to report this week, TheLawyer.com will be publishing a series of opinions and articles in the build-up to Thursday afternoon. You can follow the best of our online coverage here. Video: The Lawyer on Leveson blog

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Freshfields and MoFo take lead roles on DMGT local paper sell-off

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Morrison & Foerster (MoFo), Norton Rose and Olswang have advised as the Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT) sells its regional newspaper arm Northcliffe Media to a consortium led by former Mirror Group CEO David Montgomery. The deal sees newly formed media venture Local World acquire Northcliffe for £52.5m in cash, with […]

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