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To the point: technology & digitalisation l August 2020

Welcome to the August edition of Schoenherr’s to the point: technology & digitalisation newsletter! We are excited to present a selection of legal developments in the area of technology & digitalisation in the wider CEE region.

Romania: Public procurement and self-cleaning of cartel members

In Romania, companies that commit severe professional misconduct are excluded from participation in public procurement procedures. Yet, these companies have received some good news recently thanks to a common opinion issued by the Romanian National Agency for Public Procurement (“ANAP”) and the national Competition Council (the “Common Opinion”). In this article we analyse the clarifications introduced by the Common Opinion on how self-cleaning can be achieved by blacklisted companies.

Here comes the sun (nenergy)

In Schönherr’s Renewable Expansion Law Infocorner , the essential cornerstones of the EAG package are presented and practical legal issues are dealt with. Also, stay informed about current events and webinars.

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How pro bono is making me a better lawyer

There are many opportunities to get involved with pro bono and several reasons why it is a good idea to do so. Verity discusses the pro bono opportunities she has been involved in and how they have strengthened her ability as a trainee solicitor.

GC roundtable: How to communicate with impact in a virtual world

As most of us are still working from home, we are communicating virtually for long periods every day, with diverse groups of people from different cultures, forums and time zones. We are continuing our usual work tasks and commitments, but now having to deliver meetings and presentations as well as communicate a host of difficult messages.

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The 3 Rs for looking after your mental health

LawCare CEO Elizabeth Rimmer shares her 3 R’s for looking after your mental health, including useful tips such as using the lockdown as a way to get new perspectives on the positive changes we would like to make in our lives.

Reed Smith follows magic circle with careful London reopening plan

Reed Smith is set to reopen its London office on a voluntary basis starting this week. The reopening strategy was laid out by the London office managing partner Andrew Jenkinson and the operations director for Europe and Middle East Mark Matthews in conjunction with the firm’s senior management and the landlord of the Broadgate Tower […]

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An open letter to law firm leadership from the Black Solicitors Network

The Black Solicitors Network, chaired by Linklaters counsel Paulette Mastin, has put out a call to action to law firm leaders, asking them to take positive action to address racial inequalities. Here is the letter in full. Dear senior leaders of law firms and legal services providers, The tragedy of George Floyd’s murder at the […]

Judge dismisses Ocado’s claims against ex-Jones Day partner

A contempt of court claim brought against former Jones Day partner Raymond McKeeve by the retailer Ocado has been dismissed after a prolonged court battle between the pair. The decision was confirmed yesterday by Mr Justice Marcus Smith, who sided with McKeeve after Mishcon de Reya’s client, Ocado, failed to convince the court that he […]

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Conveyancing firms declare national ambitions with £45m merger

Conveyancing firms O’Neill Patient and Cavendish Legal Group are to merge, creating a firm that will challenge for the UK top 70. Stockport-headquartered O’Neill Patient is the larger of the two parties, posting revenue of £31m in the year ending 31 December 2018. Its main area of practice is conveyancing but it also handles commercial […]

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