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European public procurement: Commentary on Directive 2014/24/EU

The detailed commentary on European public procurement provides an authoritative interpretation of each provision in the main EU Directive on public procurement – Directive 2014/24/EU. It also highlights the application problems and interpretative issues being raised in EU Member States, which in due time will make their way up to the CJEU or even require further legislative interventions.

There is no normal: rapid change requires resilience

Phil Muller, director of legal services at Williams Lea, explains why law firms need to make better use of data, technology and distributed working to future-proof their business models.

Offshore Litigation: Rule in Gibbs applied – Recognition of Singapore moratoria denied in Scotland

In the recent Scottish case of Chang Chin Fen v Cosco Shipping (Qidong) Offshore Ltd, the Outer House of the Court of Session refused petitions brought by debtor companies under the Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations, 2006 to, amongst other things, recognise moratoria obtained in the Singapore High Court on the basis that to do so would prejudice the rights of a creditor to claim under its English-law governed debt, which stood outside the proposed Singapore schemes.

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Dentons UK and Middle East LLP has furloughed over 100 staff in its offices and suspended partner distributions due to the Covid-19 crisis. The firm confirmed that 50 employees in business services and around 65 secretaries will be on furlough at any one time, and that those affected would be rotated. Dentons continued that the […]

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CMS delays salary reviews but holds off furloughing

CMS has delayed partner profit distributions for the year 2019/20 to the autumn, the last among the biggest international firms to announce financial management measures to tackle the Covid-19 crisis. Distribution for the last financial year were meant to happen in July, but will be instead delayed until an unspecified time between late autumn and […]

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Osborne Clarke promotes five-strong cohort

Osborne Clarke has made up five new partners, promoting lawyers across all three of its UK offices. The firm has announced a slimmer round as opposed to last year, when it promoted eight partners. The promotions happened across its corporate and private equity practices, as well as project finance and disputes, with a focus on […]

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Orrick sets out UK voluntary associate pay cut scheme

Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe has implemented UK-specific measures to tackle the economic uncertainty of Covid-19. The firm has put in place a salary reduction scheme for associates in the UK that is voluntary and refers to those who have already received their 2020 promotions and salary hikes. Under local regulations, lawyers can accept a reduction […]

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A&O promotes over a third of new partners in London

Allen & Overy has made up 29 partners in its latest round of promotions, including 10 in London. The promotions represent 13 offices across the firm’s global network, with the City taking over a third of the spots. It is a slight drop from last year when 14 were promoted in London and 34 globally. […]

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