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Considerations for listed companies in response to Covid-19

COVID-19 continues to cause unprecedented disruption to all business operations, which includes the annual corporate calendar for listed public companies when preparing and filing accounts, holding AGMs and making dividend payments to their shareholders. Below is a summary of the key considerations.

Mind the gap – How to effect a safe return to work

As the UK remains in lockdown as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, uncertainty abounds about when a return to “normal” life can be expected. Government commentary suggests social distancing may continue for the rest of the year, raising questions about how to effect a safe return to work.

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DAC loses second head of corporate this year

Davies Arnold Cooper has lost its second head of corporate in just nine months. DAC’s Charles Wander is set to return to his former firm, Fladgate Fielder, as the steady flow of outgoing partners shows no sign of abating. Wander says he intends to leave DAC “some time in the new year”. DAC’s former head […]

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Dickinson Dees eyes Tees Valley

Newcastle firm Dickinson Dees is planning an expansion into the Tees Valley region within the next 12 months. The 48-partner firm is still considering how it will establish itself in the area, which covers Middlesbrough, Darlington, Stockton-On-Tees and Hartlepool. It will either give a group of Newcastle-based partners special responsibility for the Tees Valley or […]

In brief: The Wilkes Partnership

The Wilkes Partnership has agreed a referral arrangement with Challinors Lyon Clark for clinical negligence work. Its clinical negligence specialist Nicholas Tubb will move to Challinors.

New practice rule is a step forward

I am puzzled by Marlene Winfield’s attack on the new costs information rule in her article, “Too many loopholes spoil the rules” (The Lawyer, 27 September 1999). The new Practice Rule 15 is a significant step forward for consumers and was written following consultation with the National Consumer Council. Many of the points she raises […]

In brief: Addleshaw Booth & Co

Addleshaw Booth & Co has boosted its earnings to £51.5m for the year ending 31 January 1999, an increase of 20 per cent on last year. The results also revealed £13.8m profit before tax compared to £9.9m for last year.

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