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Rectification of the terms of a private equity financing transaction

Terra Firma has successfully obtained rectification of the terms of a private equity financing transaction completed in 2012, concerning the Four Seasons care homes business [FSHC Group Holdings Limited v Barclays Bank Plc]. The transaction required the Parent company to provide security over a particular shareholder loan which was part of the overall funding package. […]

New opportunity for permanent residency in Alberta

By Krista Schofer The Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program (AINP) recently announced highly anticipated changes to its permanent residency program. Effective June 14, 2018, the Alberta Opportunity Stream (AOS) is available as a potential path to permanent residency in the province. The AOS replaces the Employer-Driven Stream and Strategic Recruitment Stream under the AINP. The AOS […]

Global skills strategy update GTS occupations list

By Lesley A Love The Global Skills Strategy is a pilot project launched by IRCC in June 2017. The program is designed to give Canadian employers quicker access to highly qualified global talent. Changes were recently announced to one part of the GSS, as outlined below. Employers using the program should be aware of these changes…

All fair in love, war and commerce

By Jonathan Haydn-Williams The traditional position under the contract law of England and Wales (which I shall, with no disrespect to Wales, refer to as ‘English’ law) has been that, save for contracts giving rise to a fiduciary relationship (eg a contract between agent and principal), a duty of good faith in the performance of […]

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Freshfields and Travers brought in on CSG’s bid for BSS provider Intec

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Travers Smith have advised on CSG Systems’ offer for UK business support services (BSS) provider Intec Telecom Systems. Freshfields advised new client CSG, a US-based provider of customer management and billing solutions, on the deal, working closely with the company’s legal chief Joseph Ruble. Travers advised Intec, with former Freshfields lawyer Richard Spedding […]

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Mark Jones: Addleshaw Goddard

If you weren’t a lawyer what would you have been? An archaeologist or a ­landscape photographer. What was your first ever job? Hospital porter in a ­maternity hospital. What was your worst ­experience as a trainee? Dropping the just executed (and as yet uncopied) original of a client’s will down the crack between the lift […]

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The legal battle between Tullett Prebon and arch rival BGC brokers captivated the City with its hostility and shone a spotlight on the highly competitive labour market that exists for financial institutions. The fight will reach a new level in December, when it is scheduled to come before the Court of Appeal.  The case has […]

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Attorney general eases up on bar diversity stats

The attorney general’s office has dropped demands on bar members of the Treasury Solicitor Panel of Counsel to disclose equality and diversity credentials. The measures, which were brought in last year under Labour attorney general Baroness Scotland, required all sets with even one barrister on the panel to provide documentation proving they had progressive diversity […]

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