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Can SECR fill the void where ESOS failed?

Whilst Streamlined Energy & Carbon Reporting (SECR) could be seen at first glance as a watered down ESOS without the site audits, it has the ability to deliver a wide range of energy efficiency and carbon reduction measures for organisations for years to come in a way that ESOS alone will never achieve.

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Taylor Wessing furloughs up to 20 employees

Taylor Wessing has put in place a series of measures to weather the Covid-19 health crisis and its financial fallout. The firm has decided to withhold distribution of profits to its partners, also choosing to sign onto the UK Government’s furlough scheme. It is understood that the firm is furloughing at least 20 people, both […]

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Pinsent Masons furloughs staff amid coronavirus shutdown

Pinsent Masons is placing some of its non-fee-earners on furlough in response to the coronavirus pandemic, while it also considers a change to its quarterly cycle of partner payouts. These are just two of the latest measures put in place by the firm. Senior figures are now undertaking a programme of scenario planning to consider what […]

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Coronavirus: Taylor Wessing faces second case in Frankfurt

Taylor Wessing is facing a second COVID-19 case across its offices, just days after it closed temporarily its London HQ after one of its employees tested positive. The Lawyer understands that another positive case has been identified in its Frankfurt building, which also houses a number of other legal and financial services businesses. The employee […]

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Walker Morris furloughs staff to conserve cash

As the legal industry battles the financial consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, Walker Morris is furloughing some members of staff to protect the long-term health of the business. Staff in some “quieter practice areas” will now be part of the government’s job retention scheme. The scheme currently allows organisations to claim back 80 per cent of […]

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Brown Rudnick furloughs City fee-earners and temporarily docks pay

A group of fee-earners at Brown Rudnick’s London office have been asked to join the UK Government’s furlough scheme, as the firm implements a series of protective measures globally. The Lawyer understands that approximately 17 members of staff across practices areas such as white-collar, litigation and corporate have been furloughed, with employees ranging from paralegals […]

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