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Acquisition agreements during Covid-19

Given the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is timely for us to look closely at material adverse change clauses in the context of a business acquisition.

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It has certainly been a profound start to a new decade thus far, and after the events of 2020, what have we noticed in terms of new stock exchange listing trends and what do we anticipate for this current calendar year?

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Bakers partner joins Barclays Wealth

Baker & McKenzie private banking partner Jonathan Burt has joined Barclays Wealth as a senior wealth adviser. Burt will join the offshore and private banking arm of the financial service powerhouse in January 2008. The former Bakers’ partner was based in the City office for seven years where he focused on private banking. Barclays has […]

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Legal Services Bill gets House of Lords’ blessing

The Bar Council and Law Society welcomed the House of Lords’ approval of the Legal Services Bill last Thursday (25 October). Law Society president Andrew Holroyd said the bill, once it receives Royal Assent later this week, will create a foundation for the future of the legal profession. “The Legal Services Bill has changed much […]

St Phillips chief exec stands down

Birmingham-based set St Phillips is to lose its chief executive Jonathan Fox at the end of this year for personal reasons. The set has not as yet found Fox’s replacement, but it has more than 50 candidates for the post already, with the application deadline closing at the end of this month. One senior barrister […]

Slaughters dishes out associate pay rises

Slaughter and May has boosted its trainee and newly qualified pay, now offering one of the most generous packages of UK-headquartered firms. Slaughters’ trainees will now be paid £38,000 for their first seat and £43,000 for their second, a rise of over 5 per cent. Meanwhile, its newly qualified (NQ) lawyers will now take home […]

Fladgates, Dorsey seal TV company tie-up

Fladgate Fielder has acted for television production company Twenty Twenty Television on its acquisition by AIM-listed Shed Media. The latter was advised on the deal by Dorsey & Whitney corporate finance partner Mark Taylor. The team acting for Twenty Twenty, a longstanding client of Fladgate Fielder, was led by corporate partner Anthony Vaughan. He said […]

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