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Given the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is timely for us to look closely at material adverse change clauses in the context of a business acquisition.

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Correction

In the 26 February issue of The Lawyer it was stated incorrectly that Baker & McKenzie‘s total revenue for 2005 was £100.4m. The figure should have read £92.5m.

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Wilkinson quits Cadwalader for Goldman Sachs

Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft restructuring star Andrew Wilkinson is leaving the US firm’s London office for longtime client Goldman Sachs. Wilkinson, who is also London managing partner, is to join the bank this summer as co-head of restructuring alongside Lachlan Edwards. Wilkinson’s exit coincides with the projected departure of restructuring partner James Douglas later this […]

Slaughters bags £2bn Olympics role

Slaughter and May has landed a role alongside Herbert Smith and Pinsent Masons on the £2bn Olympic Village development, part of the mammoth Stratford City regeneration project. Slaughter’s corporate real estate group is advising Lend Lease, selected by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and London & Continental Railways (LCR) as the preferred developer. Slaughter’s corporate […]

MFB wins ECJ date to solve jurisdiction conundrum

Maritime law firm MFB Solicitors has won a referral to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on a key question regarding arbitration governance. The point at issue is whether a court of a member state can grant an anti-suit injunction to restrain a party from bringing proceedings in a court of another member state where […]

In-house

In-house boosts aim to tighten purse stringsThe past month has seen a host of new strategies from the top, resulting in a surge of work for in-house headhunters as companies look to bolster their legal teams. Leading the way is US-based technology company NetApp, which is boosting its legal team by a massive 40 per […]

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