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Thaidene Nëné national park reserve – Ea process and questions of a double standard

By Maha Mansoor, Adam Chamberlain Front page news is often made when private interests fail to meet environmental assessment requirements and related regulatory or Indigenous consultation requirements. While often subject to the same rules, government projects and undertakings do not seem to attract the same level of public scrutiny – at least in the main stream media.  […]

Nunavut devolution – Agreement in principle reached

By Adam Chamberlain, Laura Weingarden August saw a significant event in Iqaluit, Nunavut with the signing of an Agreement in Principle (AIP) between Canada, the Government of Nunavut (GN) and Nunavut Tunngavik (NTI) addressing the “Devolution” of natural resource powers and responsibilities from Canada to the GN (sometimes referred to as “Devo”). The devolution of responsibilities and […]

Formation of contract and enforcement of terms: What negotiators need to know

By Gwendoline Davies, James Crayton Gwendoline Davies, Head of Commercial Dispute Resolution, and James Crayton, a partner in the Commercial Contracts Team, offer practical advice arising from the recent case of Volumatic v Ideas for Life [1], which highlights the risks of doing business in the absence of a concluded contract. Why is this case of interest? […]

Who needs a guarantor agreement?

By David Asker A guarantor is an individual who is agreeing to pay the rent if the tenant defaults on payments. Guarantors can often be necessary when renting to students or those in part time or low paid work, but any landlord can ask for a guarantor agreement if they feel there might be an element […]

Housing possession court duty scheme

By David Asker The Government is holding a consultation covering additional legal support for those facing eviction or repossession. Currently, the Housing Possession Court Duty Scheme (HPCDS) offers free advice on the day to anyone at risk of eviction or repossession, this service is not means tested and is therefore available to anyone who finds themselves […]

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Thomson Snell & Passmore appoints non-lawyer CEO

South East firm Thomson Snell & Passmore has appointed non-lawyer Simon Slater as the firm’s first CEO, with the aim of growing its commercial practice further. Slater joined the firm last year from accountancy firm PKF Littlejohn where he worked as a non-executive director. He will work with senior partner James Partridge to carry out […]

Co-op Bank launches selection process for inaugural legal panel

The Co-operative Bank has launched the process to select its first-ever panel of external legal advisers, following the bank’s split from the Co-operative Group. Currently, the bank shares a legal panel with the Co-operative Group but is launching its own panel following the split. However, the bank’s current mortgage, remortgage and property in possession panels […]

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Ashurst and Pinsents advise as Cairn Homes reveals its IPO intentions

Ashurst, Mason Hayes & Curran and Pinsent Masons have all won top roles on the planned London IPO of Irish homebuilder Cairn Homes, as it intends to raise proceeds of around €350m to €400m.  Pinsent Masons advised the company with a team led by partner Andrew Black. He was joined by international development partner Gareth […]

US: Orrick joins handful of international firms with Geneva office

Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe has become one of only a few international firms to open in Geneva with the hire of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld partner Vanessa Liborio Garrido de Sousa. Liborio is the second partner to leave Akin Gump in recent months. Former office head Charles Adams left the firm recently following his […]

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