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COVID-19 has put many businesses in a difficult financial situation

Although the Government recognised this by pushing the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 through Parliament to try and stem the inevitable wave of insolvencies, directors and owners cannot afford to take their eyes off the ball for a second.

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Asia moves: 16 May

All the latest partner hires and other appointments within firms and offices in the Asia Pacific region. Australia Ashurst has strengthened its finance practice in Australia with the hire of new partner Jennifer Schlosser, who will join from King & Wood Mallesons’ Sydney office on 1 July. Schlosser has expertise in the securitisation and structured […]

Nabarro launches in Manchester with Addleshaws trio

Wish you were here? That’s the legal market’s proverbial postcard from Manchester, the front image now featuring a Nabarro office with three Addleshaw Goddard partners inside. Nabarro’s step into Manchester follows a number of events. It comes weeks after BLP opened a hub in the city, the same week that Manchester City won the Premier […]

Clydesdale Bank

Clydesdale Bank launches panel review following restructure

Clydesdale Bank has launched its first panel review since appointing general counsel Jennifer Darbyshire in 2012 and overhauling its legal team.  Tender invitations were sent out last month to several firms not on the current list as well as the 14 firms already on the bank’s panel. For the first time the bank’s commercial real […]

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TLT posts 18 per cent revenue growth for 2013/14

Bristol-headquartered TLT anticipates profit will increase at the firm on the back of an 18 per cent increase in turnover from £49m to £57.9m for the 2013/14 financial year. At the end of the 2012/13 financial year TLT posted a 10 per cent increase in revenue to nearly £50m as the firm unveiled plans to […]

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Ashurst boosts trainee and NQ pay following two-year pay freeze

Ashurst has broken its two-year pay freeze for London-based trainees and newly-qualified lawyers, upping its junior pay bands by up to 3.3 per cent. First-year trainees have been gifted a 2.6 per cent pay rise from £38,000 to £39,000, while second-year trainees saw their salaries bumped up 2.3 per cent from £43,000 to £44,000. Newly-qualified […]

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