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Focus on COP26: The future of affordable living

The hosting of COP26 in Glasgow this year shines a spotlight on the UK in relation to sustainability performance, applying more pressure on organisations to demonstrate their green credentials and to encourage the development and usage of sustainable technologies in the race to net zero.

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Taylor Wessing fills Cambridge base with new lateral

Taylor Wessing is beefing up the headcount of its Cambridge office with a new corporate technology partner, as it rebuilds its regional outpost following last year’s Goodwin raid. The firm has brought in partner Ross McNaughton from Penningtons Manches Cooper. The tech and life sciences expert spent more than four years at his previous firm, […]

BDO’s general counsel switches back to private practice

After spending 12 years as general counsel at accountancy firm BDO, Adam Culy is now going back to private practice as a partner at Stephenson Harwood. Having focused on accountancy claims and investigations in his previous role, which also included heading up the practice protection department, Culy will now be joining up with the professional […]

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HSF and Ashurst lose out in railway tussle with DfT

The High Court has dismissed claims brought by Herbert Smith Freehills and Ashurst in the rail franchise litigation. The case, which featured in The Lawyer’s Top 20 cases 2020, was a mammoth rolled-up claim against the Department of Transport. Last year, the separate claims brought by West Coast Trains, Stagecoach and Arriva Rail were rolled […]

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