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Who should pay for fire safety building remediation costs?

In December 2020, we reported on the vote by the House of Lords on amendments to the Fire Safety Bill relating to the remediation costs associated with the replacement of the dangerous cladding panels and other fire safety defects. Both the Fire Safety Bill and the Building Safety Bill are anticipated to come into effect early this year.

‘Diversity is a given, Inclusion is a choice’ – actionable ideas

In our 3rd blog in the series, ‘Diversity is given, Inclusion is a choice’, Annelieke Jense and Frouke Horstmann provide practical ways based on their experience working with clients on how organisations can create a true inclusive culture by installing processes that mitigate unconscious biases.

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England and Wales Cricket Board sells its TV broadcasting rights

England and Wales Cricket Board sells its TV broadcasting rights for the three cricket seasons 2003-2005 giving exclusive rights to Channel Four and BSkyB for £150m. England and Wales Cricket Board advised by Denton Wilde Sapte (Adrian Barr-Smith). Channel Four represented by Olswang. BSkyB advised in-house by Matt Oliver.

Cartwrights' insurance dept splits from firm

Cartwrights’ insurance litigation department is to launch its own specialist firm under the name of Cartwrights Insurance Partners when the rest of the Bristol firm merges with Bond Pearce in July. `The announcement by partners David Vernalls, Deborah Bradley, Richard Ottley and Ian Poole ends any prospects of a merger between them and insurance giant […]

McKinsey warns Slaughter and May: your clients will want you to go global

Study of 50 International legal practices reveals law firms trail industry; Skadden Arps tipped for future domination `And despite their elite reputations, Slaughter and May and Cravath Swaine & Moore are singled out.`The report says: “We believe that they will face growing pressure for geographic expansion to maintain world-class capabilities in their specialities and to […]

Freshfields takes Germany to the ICJ

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is taking Germany to the International Court of Justice alleging the violation of international law. `Last week Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer submitted an application to the ICJ in The Hague on behalf of the principality of Liechtenstein.`It accuses Germany of disregarding the sovereignty of the State of Liechtenstein and violating the right to […]

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