In the third of our series of articles tackling common IP personal data concerns, we’re looking at how IPs should handle data subject access requests (SAR).
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is consulting on the proposed increase due to changes in the way people pay for goods or services caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
In this video, Kay Hobbs, partner in TLT’s Corporate team and Peter Sermon, Snr Director at JLL Corporate and Financial Advisory Energy and Infrastructure, discuss some of the development and investment trends that we’re seeing in relation to large-scale stand-alone projects, in solar and storage, and multi-technology projects.
The December 2021 compliance deadline looms near. Has the Covid-19 pandemic and lack of additional guidance paused your institutions’ focus on compliance?
Is the FCA test case just the first wave of insurance-related claims on business interruption (BI) cover? Will there be a second wave of negligence claims against insurance brokers? We consider these questions in further detail.
The third in our DC Excellence series will explore Consolidations, Investment Pathways and Value for Money.
What does a day in the life of a Legal PA at Moneypenny involve? We caught up with one of our Legal PAs, Team Leader; Jasmine Lloyd, to find out.
Employment law is not crystal clear on this question; an employer has a duty to ensure the safety of their employees and all those with whom they interact during the course of their work. Therefore, there may be a case for insisting that all employees are vaccinated.
Karl Anders, Louise Power and Sandip Singh, Walker Morris’ Housing and Banking Litigation specialists, explain The UK Government’s recent announcement that legislation to significantly reform leasehold property ownership is on the horizon.
Rules of Origin Under the Japan-UK Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement.
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There have been eight completed main market IPOs in 2021 so far.
The demographics of the legal market are in flux with Covid 19 creating the conditions for a generational shift in working patterns.
With the arrival of the Akin Gump team, A&O’s US bench has doubled at a stroke.
Calls for reform of the CMA will be music to the ears of claimant litigators.
If Latham’s growth rate continues unabated, its future home could end up offering proportionately less space per staff member.
DMH Stallard has reached critical mass size – but it now has more work to do to secure its future.
Clifford Chance has concluded an independent review of its partner promotion process, to ensure criteria around diversity and inclusion are being fulfilled. The firm commissioned Chicago-based consultancy Nextions, which specialises in inclusion across leadership roles, to review its path to promotion. The effort started last autumn and wrapped in time for the beginning of the […]
CMS has planted thousands of trees around the world, following its pledge to plant one for every new user of its in-house sustainability app. Last year, The Lawyer reported that the firm had created a mobile app to help lawyers reduce their carbon footprint. It came with the commitment of planting a tree for every […]
Lawyers on Demand (LOD) has struck a new partnership with a legal tech consultancy, as it seeks to expand its offering in light of increased demand. The flexible resourcing provider has signed a deal that will see it inject an unspecified amount of cash into Syke, a 2016-founded UK legal engineering firm that has accumulated […]
Bevan Brittan has handed out a 3 per cent pay rise to all its employees alongside an additional 3 per cent ‘thank-you bonus’ to be applied to the last six months and paid now. The firm had previously postponed its September 2020 annual pay review due to uncertain economic conditions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. […]
Linklaters has rolled out a platform to change the way its secretarial function operates in light of new working practices introduced during the pandemic. The magic circle firm has bought a third-party platform, called Service Now, to ensure better work allocation across its secretarial pool. With the prospect of a hybrid model split between remote […]
Covington & Burling’s London revenue increased by 12 per cent last year, as global turnover also saw double-digit growth. This is after the firm’s City growth was static in 2019, decreasing by 0.1 per cent. In 2020, the firm’s revenue in its London offering leapt to $113.6m from $101.2m. In 2015, the firm’s London turnover […]