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Schrems II: Your questions answered

Recently we hosted a webinar delving into the recent Schrems II judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Perhaps unsurprisingly, there were many questions from attendees.

More developments in relation to the CJRS

Just as employers are getting to grips with flexible furlough, yet more changes have been announced in respect of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). We examine the impact of these changes for employers.

Brexit 1.0 done. Brexit 2.0 looms: what’s next?

The UK formally left the EU six months ago. This article sets out some of the key points about the next stage of the Brexit process at the end of the transition period – Brexit 2.0 – and a link to a guide on what businesses need to do now.

EECC Transposition – Portuguese Regulator ANACOM Publishes Draft

In this context, the Portuguese communications regulator (ANACOM) published on 4 August 2020 a draft document aimed at transposing the EECC (the Draft Transposition of the EECC), following a public consultation launched by the Government/ANACOM on 26 November 2019, in which various stakeholders provided their inputs on the matter. As a general rule, the draft transposition […]

Wrongful trading in Northern Ireland what is it and what has changed

Wrongful trading is a term that has received quite a bit of press over the last few months, mainly through the headlines generated by the UK Government’s unprecedented amendment to the wrongful trading provisions contained within our insolvency legislation. But what exactly is wrongful trading and what has changed?

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Eversheds advises Maplin on its sale to Rutland Partners

Eversheds has advised Maplin and its management team in relation to its sale to Rutland Partners for £85m. Maplin is the UK’s biggest specialist consumer electronics retailer, with high-street and out-of-town stores, a mail-order catalogue and an online presence. The Eversheds team was led by partner Alasdair Outhwaite, assisted by associate Elizabeth Tindall and trainee […]

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All rise, as PEP growth outstrips revenue

OC leads the pack with a stonking 47% PEP boost, as early results show most top firms returning to growth Predictions of market revenue growth have been borne out by the first 25 UK 200 firms to publish figures for the financial year. All but Hill Dickinson have pushed up turnover, although it has hardly […]

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Ashurst turnover climbs to £586m, PEP up 22% after Australia merger

Ashurst has announced turnover of £586m in the first combined results since the UK firm fully merged with its Australian arm, with average profit per equity partner (PEP) hitting £801,000. The results for the 2013/14 financial year are the first to integrate the two firms’ figures, after partners voted in favour of a full financial […]

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Monckton raids Doughty Street for five-strong public law team

Monckton Chambers has taken a group of five barristers, including silk Ian Wise QC, from Doughty Street Chambers in a bid to build a top-flight public law and human rights offering. It will come as a blow to Doughty Street, which lost three media juniors to rival set Matrix at the end of last year. […]

Osborne Clarke: the M&A fees winner

The Lawyer today reveals which firms did best in terms of public M&A legal fees for the first half of 2014. UK public M&A work is down, as are fees. But as the deals markets shows signs of life, it’s not just the M&A titans that are winning. A raft of smaller firms also took […]

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