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Acquisition agreements during Covid-19

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.

Capital market trends and expectations for 2021

It has certainly been a profound start to a new decade thus far, and after the events of 2020, what have we noticed in terms of new stock exchange listing trends and what do we anticipate for this current calendar year?

The new how: thriving on change

The world is changing. At lightning-fast speed. This white paper, prepared as part of The Lawyer’s Smarter Working Week, looks at the main drivers for change in more detail and how you can prepare for ‘change3’.



Rough justice for Richard Gee

The failure to prosecute Judge Gee has caused an uproar. For the first time his lawyer, Louise Delahunty, responds. Louise Delahunty is a partner at Peters & Peters. On 7 October the Central Criminal Court was informed of the Attorney General’s decision to enter a nolle prosequi in the case of Judge Richard Gee. There […]

RAF flies into sex discrimination row

The Royal Air Force risks humiliation if found guilty of discrimination in a pending industrial tribunal, predicts Roger Pearson. Discrimination in the armed forces will hit the headlines again in December when a ruling is expected on a major sex discrimination claim against the RAF. If the ruling goes against it, it could prove a […]

In-house:Pro bono breakthrough for British Aerospace lawyers

British Aerospace’s (BAe) legal department is set to become the first in-house team to gain Law Society approval to do pro bono work. Backed by the Solicitors Pro Bono Group (SPBG), BAe has been lobbying the Law Society for a waiver from its professional conduct rules, which currently state that in-house lawyers can only advise […]

Damned on the word of a convict

Two weeks ago Michael Stone was convicted for the murder of Lin and Megan Russell on the basis of three prison cell confessions. This week his solicitor will attempt to get the Court of Appeal to quash the conviction. The case bears all the hallmarks of another miscarriage of justice based on unreliable evidence and […]

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