ONC Lawyers has introduced ‘service by way of granting access to data rooms’ as a valid mode of service in Hong Kong based fraud litigation.
Insurers: delay unreasonably in paying out a bona fide insurance claim, and it will cost you.
In this fifth edition of Arbitration Classics, Angharad Parry interviews seasoned mediator and arbitrator, David Owen QC, to discuss current advantages and challenges with mediation for dispute resolution.
In this fourth edition of Arbitration Classics, Sunita Advani interviews distinguished arbitrators Michael Lee and Nakul Dewan SA on the multifaceted topic of due process in international arbitrations.
Combining counsel practice and sitting as an arbitrator is both an aspiration and a challenge. How do you secure your first arbitrator appointments and what are some best practices when you are sitting as an arbitrator? In this third edition of Arbitration Classics, Colleen Hanley interviews Sara Masters QC on aspects of her experience as an arbitrator.
Notice Pay during Furlough Leave The latest Treasury Direction for the furlough scheme, updated on 26 June 2020, could modify the effect of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. New wording at paragraph 2.2 may be interpreted to suggest that notice pay cannot be claimed through the scheme. With retrospective application, employers require clarification from HMRC […]
TLT’s update on all issues affecting the social housing sector.
By Gavin Pearson In this video, Quantuma’s Forensic Accounting & Investigations partner Gavin Pearson looks at business valuations and the impact the recent COVID-19 crisis has had on the value of private companies and shareholdings.
The Government of Jersey has published its response to a consultation on the potential introduction of a general vertical arrangements block exemption, together with a summary of feedback received.
In this podcast, Quantuma’s Frank Wessely discusses Insolvency within the UK Energy Supply Sector.
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The English courts have ruled against a former British spy in relation to allegations made in the so-called ‘Trump dossier’. The claim was brought by three Russian oligarchs as part of a global defamation battle against Christopher Steele’s company Orbis Business Intelligence. Mikhail Fridman, Petr Aven and German Khan brought the case against Orbis, which […]
Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) is set to make a number of its legal PAs redundant, following the switch to remote working during the Covid-19 pandemic. The firm confirmed today that it has started a redundancy consultation with legal PAs in London, though it did not state how many. In April, the firm furloughed 49 […]
Despite having endured a long period of disruption caused by the pro-democracy protests in 2019, Hong Kong has remained the largest legal recruitment market in Asia, The Lawyer Asia Pacific 100 2020 report reveals. This year’s Asia Pacific 100 report, which came out on Monday, shows that 33 per cent of the Top 30 global […]
A team from Weil Gotshal & Manges is advising US clothing retailer Brooks Brothers as it files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The US firm has taken legal duties as the company officially started the proceedings in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware yesterday morning. Alongside the firm is Delaware-based Richards Layton […]
After providing the City with a trading update this morning, DWF is now entering the early stages of a consultation process in its UK operations. The consultation affects professional staff in its business services division. It is understood that the exercise puts around 15 to 18 positions at risk. The latest set of redundancies follows significant […]
The operations discontinued by DWF in the last 12 months generated a loss of £4.5m, the firm said today in its recent trading update to the City. Alongside this, DWF confirmed its revenue has grown by 12 per cent to over £300m, in a turbulent end to the year that also saw a switch-up in […]