As the EU and national governments aim to use recovery from the COVID-19 crisis as a springboard for achieving ambitious new climate policy goals and building back greener, this briefing presents an annual status update on legal, policy and commercial initiatives across the European renewables sector.
Following the end of the transition period nearly two months ago, with an EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that largely left out financial services1, it is unsurprising that the UK is forging alliances elsewhere. Even less surprising, then, is that one such ally should be another European nation well known for its financial sector.
One of the most frequently mentioned challenges facing in-house counsel today is how to demonstrate the value which the legal function brings to the business.
With the increase in governments’ stimulus packages, the principles of fairness in competition and compliance with legal rules have proved relevant, enhancing how useful the self-cleaning option is. Understanding what it means and how to benefit from this second chance is all the more key to economic operators.
The significant revenues that companies in the digitalized economy generate, in combination with the greater risk of base erosion and profit shifting due to the lack of a physical presence, mean that countries and the organizations that represent them are increasingly looking at new ways to tax the digitalized economy.
This report sets out our Lex Mundi member firms’ insights and predictions for 2021 in respect of mergers and acquisitions, including key concerns facing private company M&A practitioners, deal activity by market segment and sector, in their respective jurisdictions.
In this employee ownership Q&A series, we will be talking to former business owners about their experience of converting to employee-owned businesses, and what this has meant for workers, their mission, and their impact in their local community.
Following the controversial consultation exercise that ran in early 2021 the Permitted Development right authorising conversions from uses falling within Use Class E to residential uses has now been added to the statute books.
In this series of sessions we look at the importance of connectivity in the context of new developments and touch on some of the key issues that social housing providers need to consider.
The competition law investigation into approximately 40 construction companies could prevent large providers from taking on future public contracts.
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The balance of power in London has shifted away from the traditional UK firms.
Mishcon’s IPO might be a success but its partners would have been better off doing it earlier.
Law firms have paid back loans they took out last year but it doesn’t mean they are in the clear just yet.
Cahill has doubled in size in London since 2016.
Magic circle firms have been modifying lockstep to compete with US rivals.
A bumper year for Singapore should give Paris pause for thought.
Gowling WLG is the latest firm to introduce flexible working arrangements, including the option to spend up to 50 per cent of time working from home for the long-term. The firm’s Agile+ scheme opens up a broader menu of flexible/alternative working patterns. Working patterns being trialled through a series of pilot projects include flexible start […]
Goodwin Procter is looking to expand its London footprint in light of a sustained streak of lateral hiring. The US firm is looking for additional floors to complement its existing base at 100 Cheapside, which it is steadily outgrowing. It is understood that Goodwin is relying on the advice of Cushman & Wakefield for the […]
Top 200 firms Harrison Clark Rickerbys (HCR) and Hewitsons are in the final throes of a merger deal. The deal is expected complete by the end of May, adding Hewitsons’ Cambridge, Northampton, Milton Keynes and London network to HCR’s nine locations of Birmingham, Cambridge, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Hereford, London, Reading, Worcester and the Wye Valley. The […]
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 […]
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