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Taylor Rose needed a system which could easily be adapted to meet the needs of some of their more complex cases without incurring heavy costs, and so switched to Laserform from Advanced. Charlotte Corbyn, solicitor at Taylor Rose explained: “The forms we were using just wasn’t practical for a firm like ours. One of the major […]

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Right of first refusal clauses are now recognised by Bulgarian courts

By Diana Dimova, Nina Tsifudina The Bulgarian Supreme Court of Cassation (“Supreme Court”) has recently issued a decision (No.19, dated 8 August 2019, under commercial case No. 2511/2017) that recognises for the first time the concept of right of first refusal (“ROFR”) clauses. This decision opens the door for the enforcement of such clauses in Bulgaria. It […]

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Wayne Nash joins Shoosmiths’ Manchester real-estate litigation team

Shoosmiths has hired a new partner to head its Manchester property litigation team. Wayne Nash advises private and public sector clients on real-estate litigation matters, including enforcement action against defaulting tenants, retail administrations, strategic portfolio management and dilapidations claims. He also has experience in real estate, corporate restructuring and debt. Nash joins from Pannone, where […]

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