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Life sciences law review – Switzerland

Switzerland harbours many sectors of the life sciences industry. Swiss research, development and production are well known in all corners of the planet. Switzerland is home to world leaders and is the origin of many groundbreaking ideas turned into successful start-ups, some set to become top players within a generation. The Federal Institutes of Technology […]

FCA guidance on supporting customers impacted by coronavirus in the high-cost credit market

The FCA has announced a package of measures to help protect consumers in the high-cost credit (HCC) market. This guidance has been published alongside guidance for customers in the motor finance market and follows on from finalised guidance issued last week in relation to the protection of customers in the personal loan, credit card and overdraft markets.

Banking themes to expect in 2020

Despite the global economy stuttering following months of trade tensions and Brexit uncertainty, and the more recent impact of the global coronavirus pandemic, existing trends in the banking sector continue to march on. In this article, partners Paul Gair and Tim Waller and legal director Harry Parker, give their views on what we’re likely to see across three areas shaping banking at the start of this new decade.

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Web Week

The Lawyer’s Web Week is a weekly commentary on legal activity on the web. This includes an overview of the best of the week’s blogs. If you want to direct us to useful links, email webweek@thelawyer.com. A ploy named Sue If you’ve ever wondered what life would be like if women wrote all the laws, […]

Tulkinghorn: A handy man, Shacka and an attorney journey

News has reached Tulkinghorn’s ears of the talented man being billed as the scariest partner in law: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer restructuring high chieftain Ken Baird. Handy man News has reached Tulkinghorn’s ears of the talented man being billed as the scariest partner in law: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer restructuring high chieftain Ken Baird. One of Tulkinghorn’s […]

Graham Small: Lewis Hymanson Small

If a movie was being made of your life, which actor would play you and why? Maybe Tom Hanks. He seems like a regular guy with a good sense of humour, and I wouldn’t mind having his bank account too. What was your first-ever job? It was a Christmas job in a post office, sorting […]

SJ Berwin associates decide 2009 committee

SJ Berwin’s associate representative body has elected its 2009 committee, which has vowed to improve junior lawyers’ opportunities amid the recession. The firm’s associates have voted in seven new members to their associate ­solicitors forum (ASF), which is made up of a total of 27 representatives. Five-year post-qualification experience planning and environment associate Emma Herriman […]

Second coalminers tribunal gets under way

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) today launched a series of allegations of misconduct against six partners at Barnsley-based Raleys Solicitors in relation to their handling of compensation claims from sick coalminers. The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, which is expected to last 20 days, is thought to be one of the longest hearings of its kind. The […]

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