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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)).



Hanover Property Unit Trust, advised by Davies Arnold Cooper, has bought for over u40m the assets of Rutland Group and has taken three of its companies out of receivership. Receivers Price Waterhouse were advised by Richards Butler.

Black set questions still remain

QUESTIONS still need to be asked about the expulsion of a black “ghetto chambers” by Lincoln’s Inn in the summer, according to a bar anti-racism campaigner Elpha Lecointe. The chambers of Yosefaly Serugo-Lugo was expelled from its rented premises at 9 Stone Buildings when its debts to the Inn rose above u38,000. At the time, […]

Solicitors vital to the business world

Solicitors form an integral part of the business world and make a significant contribution to the commercial sector, Law Society President Charles Elly said at an Institute of Directors meeting last week. Despite the fact that legal advice could be crucial to the success of a venture, some companies still neglected to take it. The […]

Social policy vs free market

I refer to a recent Litigator’s View (The Lawyer, 16 June). Jonathan Moore of Hammond Suddards suggests that the case brought by Tommy Hilfiger against Tesco relates to exhaustion of trade mark rights, a general issue which was tackled on 16 July when the European Court of Justice gave judgment in the Silhouette case. We […]

clsa set to launch barristers' charter

Criminal lawyers were due to launch a barristers’ charter at the weekend to improve standards and to cut down on last-minute changes in counsel. The proposal put foward by Manchester solicitor Michael Hopkinson, of Bridgwood & Hopkinson, at a conference of the Criminal Lawyers Solicitors Association (CLSA), follows a report on Bar standards which highlighted […]

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