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Dundas maintains healthy profit margin despite PEP decrease

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BAA’s new GC to shake up advisers

BAA is poised to carry out a review of its external legal advisers following the recent appointment of Carol Hui as the airport operator’s ­general counsel. Hui said: “I’ll be reviewing BAA advisers. I’m new to the job and need to do whatever’s best for the ­business to ensure it has the advice that’s appropriate […]

CC’s Indian ally merges with Bangalore firm

Clifford Chance’s Indian ally AZB & Partners has extended its presence in India via a merger with the Bangalore firm of Anup Shah. The tie-up doubles AZB’s capacity in Bangalore and also gives the firm a base in Chennai and Hyderabad for the first time, according to LegallyIndia.com. Shah set up his sole proprietor practice, […]

Power struggle: Roger Clayson, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)

Between winding down Sellafield and overseeing a £70bn nuclear waste clean-up, the interim legal head of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority Roger Clayson has his hands full. Corinne McPartland reports Roger Clayson ”Learning to work for a governmental organisation has been one of the biggest challenges for me,” says the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority’s (NDA) interim head of […]

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