The pandemic has, if nothing else, demonstrated how much more needs to be done in the battle against climate change. Despite the worldwide economic slowdown and travel ban resulting from coronavirus, global carbon dioxide emissions reduced by just 6% (approximately 2.3bn tonnes) in 2020.
The recent anti-suit injunction decision in Axis v Absa Group demonstrates the importance of considering the practical effect of jurisdiction clauses when a suite of contracts or (re)insurance policies are entered into.
In our second quarterly case law update for 2021, we take a look at some of the key cases published since the start of the year and consider the lessons we can learn from them.
The Home Office has published guidance on making late applications to the EU Settlement Scheme.
The National Security and Investment Bill will allow government intervention in transactions raising national security concerns. It will require investors in UK real estate to consider whether the regime applies and factor in any timetabling implications.
How legal departments can adopt AI technology into their processes to save time, boost productivity and reduce costs.
As the number of Islanders vaccinated against Covid-19 increases and the number of people infected remains at a low figure, Jersey is progressing with its reconnection plan, which means that the restrictions on the workplace continue to reduce.
In Ireland, The Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) (Amendment) Act 2021 has been signed into law by the President and is expected to be commenced shortly.
TPC Leadership delivered a 1:1 and Team coaching programme over a 12 month period supporting the client in forming a new team structure with a high profile Formula One racing team and constructors.
Various regions in Italy have, for some time, promoted real estate schemes whereby declining villages offer houses in need of restoration at a price of one euro. These schemes differ in the detail but are broadly the same, they are aimed at reviving an area and restoring it to its former glory. The latest offering in Castiglione di Sicilia, in Sicily has rather more to offer.
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A bumper year for Singapore should give Paris pause for thought.
With London firms thriving in the city, Bristol’s old guard have competition on their hands.
Restructuring hires are on the rise but some firms may have moved too slowly.
What the magic circle’s 2021 partner promotions round can tell us.
House prices in London have been increasing faster than lots of lawyers’ salaries.
The difference between Latham and Kirkland’s London revenue is narrowing.
The independent review of last year’s Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) has found that the three-way relationship between the BSB, the eight law school providers of the BPTC, and the electronic testing company Pearson VUE, which delivered the online exam, “ultimately contributed to the complexities in the booking and delivery of the examinations.” The Director […]
Baker McKenzie has returned its newly-qualified (NQ) salaries to normal rates, after a reduction during the pandemic last year. The firm crunched salaries by £2,500 (3 per cent) to £87,500 and dropped the sign-on bonus last June. The announcement came a week after Bakers had said it had no plans to reduce salaries for trainees […]
The past year has been one of disruption for businesses everywhere. Daily team catch-ups migrated to Zoom and progress meetings once rewarded with a pint are now paired with anxiety around job security. Responses to the pandemic, such as switching to remote working, have exposed the considerable inefficiencies of conventional working practices. Confronted with this […]
Asset manager Omers Infrastructure has appointed a new director for legal in its London base, almost a year after the exit of former head John Guccione to Latham & Watkins. The company has brought in Marly Ohlsonn, who was previously a senior associate at Herbert Smith Freehills. Ohlsonn spent almost 12 years at Herbert Smith […]
Winston & Strawn’s Shanghai managing partner Brinton Scott has joined HFW’s Shanghai office, after the US firm closed its own Shanghai base. China veteran Brinton Scott has joined HFW’s Shanghai office as a partner in the Greater China transactional practice. He was previously the managing partner of Winston & Strawn’s Shanghai office, where he practised […]
DWF has taken on a five-lawyer team in a bid to boost its UK corporate and real estate practices, with the majority of the group hailing from DLA Piper. The firm has taken on Leeds-based DLA Piper senior corporate partners Wendy Harrison and Jonathan Procter. In addition, it has brought in DLA partner and Leeds […]
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