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Countdown to Brexit Series: A new Office for Environmental Protection: what does Brexit have in store for environmental enforcement in the UK?

By Alison Ogley, David Monteith Introduction Much of the UK’s environmental law originates in the EU, and is currently enforced by the EU Commission, which has the power to bring a case against a member state in the European Court of Justice (the ECJ) to secure the implementation of EU environmental law domestically. If an […]

Countdown to Brexit Series – New Market Surveillance Rules for Suppliers into the EU

New regulation In June, the EU Commission published the Market Surveillance Regulation. The Regulation complements the EU’s ‘Goods Package’, a policy first coined in 2017 to promote a better functioning European market for goods. The Regulation aims to ensure that products imported into the EU for sale are compliant with EU legislation. The Regulation will […]

Countdown to Brexit Series – Immigration

By Shakeel Dad, Charlotte Smith The government’s recent statement that free movement will end immediately on 31 October 2019 has increased the uncertainty surrounding the rights of EEA citizens and the UK’s immigration practices. We have set out the latest position in this note. Settled status EEA nationals who are living in the UK or […]

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Olswang wins AIM adviser contract

Olswang has been instructed by leading Alternative Investment Market (AIM)-nominated adviser Smith & Williamson for the first time. The appointment is a direct result of private equity partner Chris Mackie’s decision to quit Berwin Leighton for Olswang late last year. Smith & Williamson’s head of corporate finance Robert Kidson says the corporate finance house uses […]

LA Skadden Arps loses M&A partner

New York firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom is losing one of its leading mergers and acquisition partners to an investment house. Pacific Capital Group is luring Brian McCarthy from the firm’s Los Angeles office as its new general counsel and member of the executive committee. McCarthy has been at Skadden Arps for 22 […]

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Bircham & Co and its parliamentary and public law division Dyson Bell Martin are to operate under one name, Bircham Dyson Bell. Despite operating in different areas (Bircham & Co specialises in charities and private client work), the two practices have been part of the same firm for several years.

Macfarlanes sets up team to win e-commerce work

Macfarlanes is responding to the new economy boom by establishing an e-commerce group within its commercial practice. It is the first time the firm has created a specific sector-based group. Stephen Dooley, who has joined from US firm Sidley & Austin, will head the department. Macfarlanes has a leading reputation in private equity work. Venture […]

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