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COVID-19 twelve months on in the workplace

This podcast reflects on and discusses some of the measures currently being considered by employers to keep their workplaces safe twelve months on from the start of the pandemic.

Investing in women

The webinar brought together our various communities to discuss the progress combatting the disparities that exist between female and male entrepreneurs, making entrepreneurship more accessible to women, increasing funding access for women to start and grow businesses as well as addressing broader societal issues and unconscious bias that have created barriers for women generally.

Cayman Court provides clarity on costs

In a costs ruling delivered on 12 March 2021, the Honourable Justice Ramsay-Hale provided welcome clarity on the circumstances in which the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands will make a costs award on the indemnity basis. A successful party can expect to recover a higher proportion of its costs when an award is made on the indemnity basis (rather than the standard basis) since only costs that are unreasonably incurred or are of an unreasonable amount will be disallowed on taxation, and any doubts as to reasonableness are resolved in favour of the successful party.

Freeports – Planning FAQs

The designation of eight new Freeports within England made headlines in the Budget and now the winning bidders have to put into effect their successful proposals. What will this mean in practice for those areas affected and what are the likely issues that Freeport authorities will face?

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The French-Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce and Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts, in co-operation with the French embassy in Lithuania, Enterprise Europe Network and and Eversheds Saladžius, are inviting professionals to a business breakfast presentation on Why Invest in France and Business Financing in Lithuania on 18 February. Eversheds Saladžius senior associate Gerda Diniūtė will deliver a […]

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Cooley’s revenue rocketed by 19 per cent to $802m in 2014 prior to City launch

Cooley has announced a 19 per cent increase in revenue for the 2014 financial year, with turnover growing from $674m to $802m (£524.5m). The figure is a substantial improvement for the firm, which has reported a 9 per cent increase in revenue each year since 2011.  The California-based firm also saw an 11 per cent […]

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Lawyers On Demand data highlights surging flexible legal resourcing market

Lawyers On Demand (LOD), the alternative legal services provider backed by Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP), has revealed data that clearly reveals the extent of the rapidly growing UK flexible resources legal market. Notably LOD said that its turnover has increased by more than 500 per cent over the past four years to around £9m. In […]

Scotland

Shepherd & Wedderburn’s Stephen Gibb on post-Tods Murray optimism

It’s been a difficult few years for Shepherd & Wedderburn, what with turnover stagnating and the ‘Scottish big four’ group it formed a nominal part of disintegrating when Dundas & Wilson and McGrigors were taken out by merger. Like its last remaining big four counterpart Maclay Murray & Spens, the firm ran the serious risk […]

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