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Three leadership lessons I learned at the White House that will help you now

There is nothing like a crisis to distinguish great leaders from mediocre or even terrible ones. Over the last couple of months, we have seen countless examples of incredible and inspiring leadership: Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand, Andrew Cuomo in New York state. Unfortunately, we have also seen the division, chaos, and anxiety that poor leadership brings.

Privacy and video: are you revealing too much?

While you would be right to worry about a cluttered desk making you look unprofessional on a work call, there is also a more significant issue at stake. Small details can provide enough insight for a fraudster to kick start an investigation using public sources and records for additional information.

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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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HFW elects Marcus Bowman as managing partner

Holman Fenwick Willan (HFW) partners have elected Marcus Bowman as managing partner effective 1 April, replacing George Eddings after just two years in the role. The Lawyer revealed last week that Eddings was to face a challenge to his position, at which point the firm said an election would be held in March (2 February […]

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Divisional court refers Rosneft sanctions case to EU courts of justice

A case brought by Russian oil giant Rosneft against the UK Government, challenging the legality of the EU sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis, is to go to Europe following a High Court ruling. Sitting in the Divisional Court, Lord Justice Beatson and Mr Justice Green referred the case to the Courts of […]

Taylor Wessing hires new financial director from Deloitte

Taylor Wessing’s 10-month search for a new financial director has ended with the appointment of Deborah Findlay, who joined the firm from a role as director of finance for Deloitte’s clients and markets division. Findlay will replace Charlotte Beckett, who left to join Pinsent Masons last year after the latter firm’s financial director Steve Hancock […]

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Pied à Terre, Fitzrovia

Nicky Richmond is surprised and delighted by the Michelin-starred treats on offer at Pied à Terre. We’d booked to go to Atelier de Joel Robuchon as a birthday treat for J, son of C. I ask whether J, whose taste in food tends towards the adventurous might not prefer something a little more down with […]

‘US buy-in required if EU is to succeed in stamping out tax avoidance’

Commenting on the news that the EU is set to establish a tax avoidance committee, Ben Jones, tax partner at law firm Eversheds, says: “The EU has become increasingly active on the issue of multinational taxation over the last couple of years, following the wider international actions being proposed by the OECD to modernise the system […]

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