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Global business is increasingly familiar with the prospect of short-notice public investigatory attention, whether from regulators, law enforcement, political forces or as a consequence of sanctions, and this can – in in some cases – devastate individual and corporate reputation.
Despite the fact that the threat of an investigation alone can be enough to paralyse a business, early warning signs are often missed and businesses can mistake an investigation risk for a reputation risk. Those who handle serious issues well are able to triage the issue at an early stage and identify its potential impact, […]
Analysis of recent fines suggests that environmental prosecutions are resulting in more substantial fines, especially for ‘very large organisations’.
On September 22, 2021, the Quebec government adopted Bill 64, An Act to modernize legislative provisions as regards the protection of personal information, enacting significant changes to the requirements governing the use and protection of personal information under various statutes, including notably the Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector and the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information.
The Data Protection Authority in Hungary (Nemzeti Adatvédelmi és Információszabadság Hatóság), recently published its annual report which included details of a fine of €670,000 (HUF 250,000,000) being imposed on a bank. To date, this fine is the highest imposed by the Hungarian Authority.
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Revenue growth slowed down this financial year for almost half of the top 100
Financial resilience is vital if firms are to ride out a recession
Less is sometimes more when it comes to the ratio of associates to partners
The post-pandemic decline of after-work sport can be reversed by firms with an eye on culture and wellbeing
Knights has acquired aggressively, but partners from the legacy firms aren’t sticking around
Agile working is proving to be the right way for a certain firm
This year’s UK200 report launches on Thursday 29 September at noon! Watch this teaser from director of insight Matt Byrne to get a peek at some of the key themes of the 2022 report. Check out The Lawyer‘s UK Legal Signal channel for more information. Matt Byrne Q&A from The Lawyer on Vimeo.
Following the departure of The Ince Group’s CEO, it has been revealed that a payment of £15,000 will be paid to him and the company’s former head of finance for loss of office. According to an announcement on the London Stock Exchange, former CEO Adrian Biles along with his father John Biles, will receive the […]
Two City firms have bagged roles on the purchase by Nasdaq-listed consultancy company Tetra Tech of Oxfordshire-based RPS Group in an all-cash deal valued at £636m. The deal has been valued in 222 pence in cash. Last month, RPS approved a £591.1m takeover bid by WSP. The Lawyer has learned WSP was advised by Linklaters. […]
Private equity bidder Energy Capital Partners has swooped in to acquire London-listed Biffa in a deal valued at £1.3bn. Latham & Watkins advised the PE house, which focuses on acquiring assets in the energy transition space and spans electrification, decarbonisation and renewables. Latham’s team was led by London corporate partners David Walker and Douglas Abernethy, […]
Bristol-headquartered Burges Salmon has reported a revenue growth of 10 per cent from £108.7m to £119.2m for the financial year 2021/2022. The firm also saw an uptick of 5 per cent in operating profits and an increase in 1 per cent in profits per equity partner (PEP) from £512,000 to £517,000. The previous year, the […]
Squire Patton Boggs has fended off an unfair dismissal claim by a former associate, who was made redundant in 2020 after low levels of work in its disputes team. A judgment released by the Employment Tribunal noted how Maria Davies was a level one associate in the law firm’s London office along with four others. […]
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