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Council wins appeal on sale of former school site

Last month the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Rittson-Thomas v Oxfordshire County Council, concerning ‘section 2 reverter’ under the School Sites Act 1841. The judges unanimously allowed the appeal, finding in favour of the Council.

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Eversheds lawyer to speak on business financing in Lithuania

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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Moves: 16 February 2015

Move of the week Patent and trademark firm JA Kemp has appointed IP litigator Alan Bryson as head of its litigation group. He joins from Wilberforce Chambers, where he was a barrister. Before being called to the bar in 2004, he was an IP partner with Clifford Chance for 17 years. Bryson will be responsible […]

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Clydes partner Jamieson speaks out about Companies House typo trial

The recent success of a bankrupt company that successfully claimed a typo in a Companies House filing could lead to copycat claims, it has emerged. Last month the High Court found in favour of Clyde & Co client Philip Sebry, managing director of now defunct Taylor and Sons, after Companies House registered a winding up […]

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DLA Piper continues to bulk up in Asia with MoFo Hong Kong hire

DLA Piper has continued to rebuild its depleted Asia practice with the addition of a Hong Kong corporate partner from US firm Morrison & Foerster (MoFo). Melody He-Chen, who joined MoFo from legacy Herbert Smith in November 2011 (2 November 2011), has come on board two weeks after DLA Piper bolstererd its Singapore team with […]

Rosneft sanctions case against UK Government heads to European courts

Russia’s annexation of the Crimea last year and the ensuing, ongoing Ukraine crisis has had an impact on many individuals and corporates. Not all those affected have the resources to challenge the sanctions. One company which does is Russian oil giant Rosneft, which is arguing before the UK and European courts that the sanctions are […]

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