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Loading NIS directive 2.0 for higher cybersecurity protection

Given that the landscape of threats has significantly expanded, it comes as no surprise that the European Commission has proposed a revised version of the Directive concerning measures for a high common level of security of network and information systems across the Union.

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A&O joins ProHelp London to aid Vauxhall City Farm

ProHelp London, a national network of professional firms offering free support to the voluntary sector, has enlisted the support of Allen & Overy (A&O) to urgently improve the office space of a project-led farm in Vauxhall. Vauxhall City Farm, a registered charity involved in piloting social welfare projects and educational, recreational and training opportunities for […]

Bank of England appeals to Lords

The House of Lords last week agreed to hear the Bank of England’s appeal in the BCCI Inquiry, which could have vital ramifications for legal privilege. However, Lovells partner Christopher Grierson, who represents BCCI’s creditors, disputed claims that the Court of Appeal’s earlier restriction of legal privilege in the BCCI case could ever have had […]

Maurice Watkins in £2.5m MUFC bonanza

James Chapman & Co senior partner and lawyer to Manchester United has netted himself a tidy £2.5m after offloading a million of his shares in the club. Maurice Watkins (right), long-time lawyer to the Premier League football club, where he is also non-executive director, was the largest individual shareholder in the company. Watkins sold a […]

Addleshaws hit with five departures

Addleshaw Goddard has been hit by a string of partner departures from legacy firm Theodore Goddard. Tax partner Ray Smith left the firm last Friday (30 April) to join Barlow Lyde & Gilbert. On the same day, property partner David Wilkinson retired from the partnership. Additionally, highly rated projects and asset finance partner James Ballinghall, […]

Firm profile: Thomas Cooper & Stibbard

Thomas Cooper & Stibbard, which specialises in shipping, insurance, aviation and banking, defies the generally-held belief that overseas offices are an expensive luxury that small firms can ill afford. Thomas Cooper is relaxed about having offices in all the major time zones. “We follow the clients’ needs,” says senior partner Stephen Swabey. The firm’s Madrid […]

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