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Supreme Court gives clarity on liquidated damages clause

In Triple Point Technology, Inc v PTT Public Company Ltd [2021] UKSC 29 (16 July 2021), the Supreme Court overturned the Court of Appeal to hold that liquidated damages for delay accrue from the due date for performance to the date the contract is terminated.

Beyond level 0 for Scotland hospitality businesses

Hospitality businesses react to First Minister’s announcement confirming 9 August 2021 end of “most” restrictions – is it a step back to life and a reality beyond Covid?

Asia Pacific impact lawyers online gathering

Moderated by the newly elected chair of esela APAC Impact Lawyers, Steven Moe of Parry Field Lawyers, this event considers the question “What does it mean to be an Impact Lawyer in Asia Pacific?”

The impact of COVID-19 on Cayman Islands restructurings

The long-term global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be far-reaching. It has already led to a significant drop in economic activity across the world, with certain industries, such as aviation, retail, hospitality and tourism, being particularly affected.

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Olswang forges Asian associations in Hong Kong and Singapore

Olswang has expanded its reach in Asia with two non-exclusive tie-ups, with Singaporean firm Holborn and Hong Kong firm Haldanes. The two associations are led by Olswang’s Singapore office, which was opened in 2011, and overseen by the firm’s Asia managing partner Rob Bratby and Asia head of corporate head Andrew Stott. Olswang’s Singapore association firm […]

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Linklaters boosts private equity practice with Shearman partner hire

Linklaters has hired Shearman & Sterling private equity partner Ben Rodham, three years after he left the magic circle firm as a managing associate. Rodham will rejoin the magic circle firm in the New Year. Linklaters private equity head Alex Woodward said Rodham’s arrival “will help the continued growth of our private equity practice and […]

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Shearman favours London as it promotes 12 partners worldwide

Shearman & Sterling has made up 12 new partners worldwide, with nearly half of the promotions being made in London. Litigation counsel Susanna Charlwood joined the firm two years ago from Slaughter and May, while tax counsel Simon Letherman is also a Slaughter alumnus. Meanwhile M&A counsel Matthew Powell has been made up in Shearman […]

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The real estate blog: Eversheds London real estate head Dear talks MIPIM Asia

This week Eversheds’ head of London real estate Bruce Dear shares his adventures at MIPIM Asia. The summit focuses on regional development opportunities and retail real estate trends across the Asia Pacific. “Flight closing” the board says in buzzing red letters. How did that happen? More importantly, how will we explain to our partners that […]

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BLP advises alongside magic circle trio in GE’s £3.8bn loan sale to consortium

A host of firms have advised on the £3.8bn acquisition of a portfolio of first lien mortgage loans from General Electric’s (GE) UK home lending business. GE Capital was represented by Allen & Overy (A&O), with a team including partner Daniel McKimm. Meanwhile Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) advised the investment consortium made up of funds […]

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