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Hedge funds in Portugal: regulatory overview

A Q&A guide to hedge funds law in Portugal. This Q&A is part of the global guide to hedge funds. It provides a high level overview of hedge funds in Portugal. Areas covered include a market overview, legislation and regulation, marketing, managers and operators, restrictions and requirements, tax; private placement rules and upcoming reform. To […]

New research reveals risks to UK mid size businesses

The contribution of just under 30,000 businesses with an annual turnover of £10m to £149million is seriously at risk from a lack of identity, shortage of skills and talent and macro-economic uncertainty, a new benchmark report has revealed. Released today, the report uses an unprecedented range of intelligence about UK mid size businesses’ priorities, strengths […]

Online pricing, unfair practices and consumer protection

By Gwendoline Davies High street jeweller H Samuel has been fined for providing misleading pricing information online. The case highlights both what retailers can and can’t do when it comes to posting prices and promotions; and a new national and international drive towards the enforcement of consumer protection laws. Retail and Commercial Dispute Resolution specialist Gwendoline […]

Canary Wharf Brexit frustration case: The latest

By Gwendoline Davies, Martin McKeague Walker Morris reported, at the end of last month, the High Court’s decision in Canary Wharf v EMA that Brexit will not frustrate (and therefore effectively terminate) the European Medical Agency’s lease at Canary Wharf. The High Court’s decision was generally welcomed because, had the High Court found for the EMA, countless leases […]

Supreme Court confirms security of tenure

By Ruth Ormrod Why is this case relevant to retailers? Where a commercial tenant’s lease is protected under Part II of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the 1954 Act), the tenant has a statutory right of renewal. Security of tenure is especially important for retailers, as one of their most valuable assets – goodwill – […]

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Rowe & Maw boosts property department

Rowe & Maw has continued its drive to grow its property strength with the hire of ex-Ashurst Morris Crisp partner Charles Leach. Formerly an equity partner at Ashursts, Leach left last summer after 13 years. He decided to take a break before making his next move. Rowe & Maw head of property Jeremy Clay says […]

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New year, new job? Plenty of you must have resolved to update the CV, but how many of you would resort to joining the bean counters? Quite a few it would seem. Finance partners are the latest targets for the aggressive poaching of the accountancy-tied law firms, with both Andersen Legal and Tite & Lewis […]

One-stop shock

The concept of the one-stop shop may sound simple, but in reality it has more turns than a Rubik’s Cube. In the context of a leveraged buyout (LBO), the idea of just one law firm advising one or two investment banks on the structuring of senior and high-yield debt appears to be truly inspired. After […]

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The Royal Bank of Scotland completes £125m outsourcing deal involving its UK facilities management services to Stiell. The Royal Bank of Scotland advised by Dundas & Wilson (Carol Grieve). Stiell represented by Maclay Murray & Spens (Magnus Swanson).

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