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5 questions with a Moneypenny legal PA

What does a day in the life of a Legal PA at Moneypenny involve? We caught up with one of our Legal PAs, Team Leader; Jasmine Lloyd, to find out.

Can you compel staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19?

Employment law is not crystal clear on this question; an employer has a duty to ensure the safety of their employees and all those with whom they interact during the course of their work. Therefore, there may be a case for insisting that all employees are vaccinated.

Leasehold reform legislation on the horizon

Karl Anders, Louise Power and Sandip Singh, Walker Morris’ Housing and Banking Litigation specialists, explain The UK Government’s recent announcement that legislation to significantly reform leasehold property ownership is on the horizon.

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Peter Nellist, partner and head of the private client department at Clarke Willmott & Clarke, has been made chairman of the Association of Solicitor Investment Managers (Asim). `The association exists to help firms give investment advice. Nellist is only the second solicitor to be elected chairman of the board.`”I was not expecting to be nominated,” […]

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Once again, Weil Gotshal & Manges‘ great relationship with Hicks Muse scoops the firm an integral role on one of the biggest ever private equity deals in Europe. The deal overtakes the United Biscuits deal and Hillsdown in terms of size, both of which Weil Gotshal’s Mike Francies was involved with.`Francies had to convince Apax, […]

Harvard Law School

Harvard Law School is to pay off tuition loans for graduates who take public sector jobs. Harvard law students pay £26,000 a year for tuition fees, but if a graduate takes a job in government, a non-profit organisation or academia, the law school will meet their loan repayments.

Lovells becomes Equitable’s top adviser

Troubled mutual Equitable Life has named Lovells as its main legal adviser, despite its historic relationship with Denton Wilde Sapte. `Equitable Life chairman Vanni Treves described Lovells as the society’s main adviser at its annual general meeting on 23 May.`A Lovells team led by insurance specialist Robin Spencer is advising Equitable Life on a compromise […]

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