By Craig Walker The recent case of Caridon Property Ltd v Monty Shooltz (2018) has held that landlords cannot obtain possession of residential premises from a tenant held under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (“AST”) in reliance on a section 21 Notice if they did not serve a valid gas safety certificate before the start of […]
By Fiona Wilson It is not that often that the highest court in the land, the Supreme Court, deals with matters of private Family Law but in the past few months, it has heard not one but 3 such cases. Owens – examined the grounds for divorce and asked if it is possible to grant a […]
By Clive Ince In the early years of the new millennium the Luminar Group was a major player within the UK nightclub and leisure sector operating, at its peak, over 300 venues across the country. Between 2005 and 2007 a fundamental restructuring took place largely to address market challenges including the liberalisation of pub opening […]
By Ellie Taylor New data protection laws mean that employers and pension scheme Trustees need to have a formal agreement in place to swap personal data. The legal landscape for data protection laws in Europe changed significantly on 25 May 2018, when the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force. The running of pension schemes […]
By Susan H. Abramovitch, Sean Gill, René Bissonnette The video game industry is highly competitive. As the barrier to entry for developers has been lowered, the number of competing products in the market has dramatically increased. Consequently, it’s more important than ever that stakeholders know how to protect and exploit their creations. While high profile video game lawsuits […]
The online sale of pharmaceutical products in Romania has been on the rise in recent years. This strengthening trend can be attributed to the growth of online purchases in Romania in general and to the fact that, until recently, the law left room for interpretation in this area. Recent amendments to the laws governing the sale of […]
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, published the Coroners (Amendment) Bill 2018 on 2 August 2018 with the aim of significantly clarifying, strengthening and modernising the law relating to the reporting of deaths to coroners. The Bill, once enacted, will amend the Coroners Act 1962. The Bill allows for a wider scope of […]
Banking litigation experts Rob Aberdein and Justin Coley from Walker Morris’ Lender Services team explain how lenders and law firms can harness new technology and debt management solutions to offer an enhanced customer journey and improved lender/borrower relationships.
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Addleshaw Goddard is revolutionising its trainee programme to promote legal technology as a potential career path for the next generation of lawyers. Starting from September, the firm will offer a seat to trainees that will allow them to work within the in-house innovation and legal technology team as part of their standard training contract’s rotation. […]
A trio of Herbert Smith Freehills (HSF) partners, including City private equity head Mark Geday, have left the firm to join Morgan Lewis & Bockius’ London office in a major corporate push for the US firm in the UK. Geday, a HSF lifer since 1996, is joined by corporate partners Nicholas Moore and Tomasz Wozniak […]
Macfarlanes has set out plans to take its digital advisory practice to the next level, following the hire of Norton Rose Fulbright’s technology head Mike Rebeiro earlier this year. Rebeiro, who was at Norton Rose Fulbright for nearly 18 years, was brought in to lead Macfarlanes’ digital and innovation business in February, a comparatively new […]
White & Case‘s net profit in London shot up nearly 40 per cent over 2017, according to the firm’s LLP accounts for the last financial year. The US firm revealed a strong year for the firm in London, as well as its Johannesburg office, which is also covered in the figures. Year-end figures for 2017 […]
National Grid’s UK general counsel Rachael Davidson has swapped her role for another within the company, taking on a new position in the group’s non-core business unit. Davidson has become general counsel for National Grid Ventures, which operates in competitive markets outside of National Grid’s core regulated activities in the UK and US. Her role […]