Recent judgments in Spain place limits on this way of looking at tax treaties
A look at what the future will hold for real estate investors.
Despite calls for its overhaul, competition is where it should be – swinging the pendulum too far in any direction would be a mistake, and it would hit back
By Rafael González- Gallarza Whatever the outcome of the negotiations over the future relationship between the EU and the UK, many commentators are already taking for granted that English law will lose much of its appeal for governing pan-European transactions. The possible retreat of English law will not really be felt, however, unless another law claims […]
By Maria Fernandez- Picazo, Javier de Rojas If 2017 was a record year for the private equity industry in Spain in terms of monetary volume (€5bn, an increase of 30 per cent compared with 2016) and number of transactions (715 – a 15.6 per cent rise) involving 596 companies (up 28 per cent), the forecast for 2018 […]
On 24 December 2020, the UK officially left the European Union and, under the Brexit agreement, is now a third country to the EU, outside both the single market and customs union. The change means that UK-EU cross-border business activities are now subject to a number of trade barriers, including adjusted and strengthened border controls and additional administrative work.
The Finance (Tax Appeals) Act, 2015 introduced a new architecture for the hearing and determination of tax appeals. Amongst other changes, the Tax Appeals Commission (the “TAC”) replaced the Appeal Commissioners, with appeals directly to the High Court only on question(s) of law arising from the TAC’s determination (a ‘case stated’), rather than to the Circuit Court on the basis of a full rehearing of the tax appeal.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Treaty on Trademarks, Service Marks and Appellations of Origin of Goods came into effect on April 26, 2021. It serves as a foundation document for the formation of a regional system within EAEU territory.
If you want to be a leader who has space to be creative, you need to know your team has the commitment to take ownership and move forward with autonomy.
In a live webinar hosted by the Financial Times, Clare Hart, CEO of Williams Lea, joined two top operational leaders in the corporate and investment banking industry, David Sliney, Chief Operating Officer of investment bank, Stifel and Paul Poggi, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of specialist M&A advisor, Harris Williams, in a panel discussion on the intense pressure within corporate and investment banks to find better and more cost effective ways of running core support functions.
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Firms with spacious offices are the ones that will return to work the fastest.
With law firm revenues on the rise, clients are looking for efficiencies
The challenges are mounting for Stephenson Harwood CEO Eifion Morris
The magic circle don’t have a penchant for hiring in new partners externally, so when they do, the market takes note.
Ropes & Gray lost many of its partners in 2017 but has recovered impressively in London.
Three Lions on the shirt, but who’s the best in Europe?
Firms have recognised that people like to consume their content in different ways and over the years we have seen firms establish LinkedIn pages, Instagram pages and launch a series of podcasts to engage with clients. But do firms know what is resonating well with the market and the optimum way to engage clients?
The pandemic has led to massive behavioural changes which have affected client habits, content engagement and client relationships, but have marketing strategies adapted to align with this psychological shift and how data-driven were those decisions? This session explores the importance of data in this increasingly digitalised world and where human insights still have a part to play in getting the right message across to the right people.
ESG is on everyone’s radar, but are firms meeting the changing needs of clients? This panel discusses what cuts through the noise, what matters most and what makes clients choose one firm over another to support them in delivering their businesses’ approach to ESG.
Simpson Thacher has boosted its London NQ pay as it joins the wave of pay rise announcements from its rivals. According to a source familiar with the firm, classes of 2021/2020 will receive a starting pay of $205,000, with the class of 2013 at $365,000. London lawyers will also receive “proportionate salary increases”. Earlier this […]
Ashurst has become the latest firm to increase the base rate for its UK newly-qualified solicitors. The firm has now made £90,000 its NQ base salary. Last summer, as it confronted the effects of Covid-19, Ashurst froze NQ pay at £84,000. In November last year it was increased to £85,500. In 2019 Ashurst had upped […]
What will your workplace look like after COVID-19? How are these changes in working patterns going to impact the different departments within your businesses? Given the increasing number of businesses switching to long-term remote work or looking to expand their talent pool beyond previous geographic constraints, this webinar looks at the practical implications of an […]
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