By means of Decree No. 84/2020, of 18 September, the Government of Mozambique has approved the new regulations on the licensing of petroleum facilities and operations.
Tiago Sergio Cabral wrote a paper published in the latest issue of the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law, published by SAGE Publishing.
Tiago Marreiros Moreira (Partner) and João Riscado Rapoula (Managing Associate) write an article for Thomson Reuters “Private Client Law in Portugal: overview”.
Sofia Ribeiro Branco (Partner) writes an article for the newspaper Económico about the determination of criminal responsibility.
Marta Alves Vieira (Managing Associate) writes an article for Chambers and Partners with an overview of Intellectual Property in Portugal.
Starting an entirely new job usually requires you to learn from more experienced co-workers. Even if you’ve had training beforehand, there’s often a world of difference between preparing to do a job in theory, and actually carrying it out in practice.
The approved protocol reinforces its commitment to cooperate and assist in cross-border insolvency and restructuring matters.
Last October our in-house lawyer training day sought to address the question of how can we keep trade moving? We looked at issues such as: the speed of change, Brexit, collaboration and the changing customer.
Recent reforms to the Employment Tribunal system and a move towards virtual hearings are intended to boost hearing capacity and access to justice. We consider the developments to the pre-existing approach and what this means for employers. Justice in slow motion?
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined new measures intended to help businesses and workers impacted by coronavirus across the UK following the Prime Minister’s announcement of further national restrictions.
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The UK’s landmark business interruption test case triggered by Covid-19 is potentially heading to the Supreme Court after parties from both sides submitted challenges before Monday’s deadline. Represented by Herbert Smith Freehills, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) confirmed that it has filed a ‘leapfrog’ application to the UK’s most senior court in relation to a […]
Fieldfisher’s top of equity package of £4.3m has fallen by up to 25 per cent, The Lawyer understands, as part of measures taken to tame the effects of the pandemic. The firm is understood to have cut the salary of its highest-paid partners by a quarter, resulting in a decrease from £4.3m to a figure […]
Simmons & Simmons has parted ways with a number of its service staff and contractors working in its London office, The Lawyer understands. The firm has terminated the contracts of a group of employees – understood to be fewer than 25 people – which provided security and catering services in its multi-tenant headquarters in the […]
The award for the in-house legal operations team of the year, sponsored by Digital Legal Exchange, sees a number of contenders that managed to tap into their teams’ capabilities and external resources to reinvent how they worked and better serve the rest of their business. Markerstudy The general counsel at insurance business Markerstudy, which underwrites […]
A raft of firms, including Slaughter and May and Linklaters, have been called up on William Hill’s talks with Caesars Entertainment on a potential £2.9bn takeover. In the UK, Slaughter and May and Linklaters are lined up for William Hill and Caesars. Slaughters corporate M&A partners Murray Cox and David Johnson are taking the lead […]
The High Court has ruled that Uber can continue with its London operations, almost a year after Transport for London rejected its licence application. TfL had banned Uber in London last year after identifying a pattern of failures linked to passenger safety. The ride-hailing app instructed Hogan Lovells’ Charles Brasted in its appeal. Westminister Magistrates’ […]