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By Matthew Forrest External facing supermarket cash machines are not to be separately assessed for business rates, the Court of Appeal has ruled today in Cardtronics Europe Ltd (and others) v Sykes and others [2018] EWCA Civ 2472. The Court had to decide the correct legal approach to the rating of external ATMs in supermarkets, shops […]

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By Nageena Khalique QC Coroner for the Birmingham Inquests (1974) v. Hambleton & Ors. [2018] EWCA Civ 2081 (judgment here). On the evening of 21 November 1974 two successive explosions tore through two busy city centre pubs in the heart of Birmingham. The bombings, thought to be perpetrated by the IRA, resulted in the largest […]

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By Sebastian Lukic Pursuant to Article 267 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (“TFEU“), the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU“) shall give preliminary rulings, at the request of courts or tribunals of the Member States, on the interpretation of Union law or the validity of acts adopted by […]

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By Angharad Schell With fewer than six months until the next gender pay gap reporting deadline, employers need to start thinking about their reporting obligations. There has rarely been a time with more focus on gender inequality issues, in the wake of #metoo and high profile pay disputes. Last year, there was significant press focus […]

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Almost 30 jobs are being cut at Scotland-headquartered firm Dundas & Wilson following a consultation process. In February the firm confirmed that due to the “nature and level of demand for its services” it would be considering redundancies (24 February 2012). While the firms mooted cutting staff and partner positions, chairman David Hardie confirmed the […]

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Meyerlustenberger Lachenal union gives firm a presence in Zürich and Geneva Back in 2010 the talk of the Swiss legal market was the high-profile split between the Geneva and Zürich offices of local firm Pestalozzi. Pestalozzi was formed through a merger in 2001, but never fully integrated financially, and the Geneva partners wanted to focus […]

Eversheds holds promotions steady with 22 made up, half in UK

Eversheds has made up 22 lawyers to its partnership, the same number as made the grade last year. Half this year’s batch are based in the UK, continuing the pattern from last year when 12 of the new partners were UK based (12 April 2011). In 2010 the firm made up 19 new partners, eight […]

Weerasinghing anymore?

What do you do when your global chief decides to join one of your biggest clients? Wail? Rejoice? Make a cup of coffee? That’s the situation US giant Shearman & Sterling finds itself in this morning after senior partner Rohan Weerasinghe quit yesterday to join one of its biggest clients, Citigroup, as general counsel, as […]

Dennison Greer chief should be struck off for role in TAG scandal, CoA rules

Solicitor Anthony Dennison should be struck off for his part in The Accident Group (TAG) scandal, the Court of Appeal (CoA) has ruled. In a keenly awaited judgment, the CoA endorsed the powers of the Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) but said the SDT was wrong not to have struck off the solicitor after he was […]

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