Neil Lloyd, managing director at law firm FBC Manby Bowdler, set up Tech Time Out with Stephanie Henson last year after noticing that a lot of noise was being made about the amount of time people were spending on tech, and certainly, COVID just made it worse.
If you run your own business, hiring a call answering service can be an excellent idea – particularly whilst working from home, as it can be a great way to maintain a professional image.
Your client journey can mean the difference between a loyal, lifelong client and a tarnished reputation. So it’s crucial to get it right.
As the end of the third national lockdown approaches, law firms must prepare for a dramatic and sustained spike in new enquiry volumes, according to research from Moneypenny.
A conversation recently had with a Top 200 firm was an eye-opener. Prior to lockdown, they had a team of half a dozen people to manage their concierge and travel booking, as many law firms do. The need for this disappeared when the staff began working from home and physical meetings and conferences were cancelled.
The Abu Dhabi Global Market has introduced a regulatory framework governing the appointment of Company Service Providers by special purpose vehicles and foundations.
As we progress through Q2 of 2021, the 6 month countdown for firms to have completed their LIBOR transition programmes in accordance with timetable set out by the Working Group on Sterling Risk Free Reference Rates has commenced. As part of that, some firms are still grappling with many of the technical aspects of the transition to Risk Free Rates (RFRs) with, for instance, clarity still awaited on how the FCA will exercise its powers under the Financial Services Bill. That uncertainty may also have led some to delay the implementation of their communications strategy with their customers.
Claims by segregation creditors are limited overall to the value of the respective security at the time of the confirmation of a restructuring plan. In its current decision 17 Ob 12 / 20v, the Supreme Court thus deviated from its previous case law.
EDPB opinion on draft adequacy decision regarding protection of personal data in the UK.
Recent changes to the Guernsey Companies Law are set to improve the administration process for Guernsey companies and have been welcomed by the industry.
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Gibson Dunn & Crutcher has refreshed the leadership of its London office, with two new co-partners in charge. Ali Nikpay and Penny Madden QC succeed James Cox and Jeff Trinklein as co-heads of London. Litigator and a member of The Lawyer Hot 100 2019, Nikpay has been at Gibson Dunn since 2013, having joined as […]
Latham & Watkins and Macfarlanes have reprised their roles advising paint retailer Farrow & Ball, as its private equity owners decided to sell on the brand. Farrow & Ball has been bought by Danish manufacturer Hempel Group. Latham advised Farrow & Ball’s owners, Ares Management, on the sale and fielded a team led by London […]
A corporate partner in Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom’s Hong Kong office has moved to one of the firm’s clients Grab as group general counsel. Christopher Betts has relocated to Singapore to take up the new in-house role. He joined the Singapore-headquartered “super app” in the same month when Grab formalised its plan to […]
Clifford Chance is spearheading a strategy that will see its Continental European offices brought into a single profit and loss account, The Lawyer can reveal. The project, internally known as ‘One Europe’, has been developed by the firm’s senior leadership in a bid to treat its offices across the UK and Continental Europe as a single team, […]
Keystone Law‘s chief executive officer James Knight is cashing out on £9.45m worth of shares after increased demand in the listed firm from institutional investors. A market announcement on Tuesday revealed that a total of 1,500,000 ordinary shares have been sold by Knight at a price of £6.30 each, which reduces his stake in the […]
Latham & Watkins has scored a critical win for New Look, after fending off a challenge from landlords over its use of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA). The firm defeated four groups of landlords, including the new owners of Manchester’s Trafford Centre, as they contested the retailer’s switch from fixed-rate rents to a turnover model […]
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