As part of our Rethink series, Moneypenny’s Head of Corporate Sector, Jess Pritchard, joins friends and influencers from across the FM world to explore the future of the workplace.
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An old boss of mine walked the halls twice each day to see who was working. If you weren’t there when he arrived in the morning, you “lacked dedication.” If you left before he did, you “lacked commitment.” (In case you’re wondering, both quotes came from my performance review.)
Moneypenny’s Head of Corporate Sector, Jess Pritchard, is joined by Proxyclick’s Strategic Alliances Director, Michael Mazzarella, in the fifth episode of our Rethink series…
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The Croatian Competition Agency (CCA) recently closed the infringement proceeding against Croatia osiguranje dd – Croatia’s largest insurer – which had been opened ex officio.
A recent decision found that the Quincecare duty does not extend to authorised push payments.
The Supreme Court judgment handed down on 15 January found in favour of the arguments advanced for policyholders by the FCA on the majority of the key issues, which is the news that businesses impacted by Covid-19 wanted to hear. Some insurers have refused to provide cover because they say that the policy is focused […]
On 12 January 2021, David Mathias, Tim Willis, Sam Grange and Matthew Stimson from our Planning & Environmental team hosted a webinar to discuss the main changes introduced to the existing ‘Standard Method’ used for assessing housing need in England and Wales. Background to the Standard Method The Standard Method was first introduced as part […]
Home is now also where many of us work. If there was a productivity puzzle before 2020, it has certainly morphed into an even bigger conundrum now. Which begs the question: what will happen now that so many of us are working from home (or should I say living at work) more regularly?
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McDermott Will & Emery is building up its City restructuring practice with the hire of Proskauer’s European restructuring head. Mark Fennessy joins McDermott as head of restructuring in London with fellow restructuring lawyer Sunay Radia, who joins as a partner. Fennessy spent eight years at Proskauer where he specialised in all areas of contentious and […]
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld’s City revenue is now within touching distance of the $150m mark, after double-digit growth in the office. The firm has posted a rise of 19 per cent from $125m to $149m in London. Globally turnover was up 6.5 per cent to $1.209bn from $1.135bn. The biggest global jump was in […]
Allen & Overy wants to increase collaboration between its lawyers and participants of incubator Fuse, while also expecting to run a “hybrid model” of working once a new cohort of start-ups are chosen. The incubator of the magic circle firm is set to start taking applications for its fifth cohort, with both emerging and established […]
Two of Irwin Mitchell’s most highly-regarded employment partners are to launch their own firm, adding to the blossoming number of boutiques in the City. Shazia Khan and Emilie Cole will go it alone as ColeKhan LLP from 2 May 2021. The pair had previously worked together at Bindmans before moving to Irwin Mitchell in 2018, […]
Taylor Wessing has amended its eligibility rules to enable staff to take career breaks and sabbaticals sooner than usual, in response to the third national lockdown. The firm has removed its usual two-year continuous service eligibility for people wishing to take up these unpaid options, as firms continue to think of ways to support staff […]
Goodwin is eyeing up Sidley Austin’s private equity grouping again, with a number of associates set to join a partner team led by Christian Iwasko and Erik Dahl, The Lawyer understands. Goodwin is thought to be hiring up to six associates from Sidley’s private equity team after Goodwin brought in a partner group spearheaded by […]