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The Leap 100 Power Breakfast: Taking Risks: Pivot When You're Winning


The fifth in the series of Leap 100 Power Breakfasts will take place on Wednesday 7 September, 2016 and will be led by Richard Peters, Co-Founder of Decoded.

As China's football spree accelerates, rival suitors eye Liverpool stake - source


A consortium led by state-owned financial conglomerate Everbright is not the only Chinese group to have looked at investing in English football giant Liverpool.

Tax Aware Issue 2 | August 2016


Welcome to the latest edition of Tax Aware, prepared by the Firm's Tax Group.

Countdown to 2017 – Further Details Announced


The government finally published the long-awaited second consultation today, and many of the expected changes have been fleshed out in this announcement.

Specsavers seeks to trademark "should've" catchphrase


Optician group Specsavers has had its plan to trademark the use of "should've" and "shouldve" approved by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO).

Police to hire law firms to tackle cyber criminals in radical pilot project


Private firms will use civil courts to seize fraud suspects’ assets, prompting concerns over profit motive

Setting aside fraudulent settlements


The Supreme Court has recently ruled on the ability to set aside settlement agreements.

What’s holding back The Leap 100?

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The latest the Leap 100 poll has been published in City A.M. today, which asked the companies what will contribute most to their growth over the next three years.

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Radio 2: James Liffen talks to Vanessa Feltz

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James Liffen, a Real Estate Lawyer at Mishcon de Reya, talks to Vanessa Feltz (sitting in for Jeremy Vine) about the dilemma of Carlisle businessman Chris Meyer.

Breaking Barriers exhibition: From Fear to Freedom

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Mishcon de Reya sponsored 'From Fear to Freedom' - an exhibition of portraits of refugees, taken in the place they first felt free or safe in the UK, by photographer Caroline Irby for the charity Breaking Barriers.

Advising Allen Lane Limited and shareholders on sale of interests in consulting and managed services company

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Mishcon de Reya has advised Allen Lane Limited and its shareholders on the sale of their interests in the consulting and managed services company, Allen Lane Consulting Limited ("ALC") to Outsourcing UK Limited.

Major online fraud perpetrator in Nigeria arrested


Mishcon de Reya fraud Partner Gary Miller and founder of the International Fraud Group (IFG) featured on BBC World Service and National Public Radio (NPR) commenting on the arrest of a Nigerian behind thousands of online scams around the world.

The Leap 100 Power Breakfast: 'Just the Tonic: Premiumisation of a Stagnant Industry


The fourth in the series of Leap 100 Power Breakfasts will take place on Wednesday 3 August, 2016 and will be led by Tim Warrillow, Co-Founder of Fever Tree.

Lying to insurers: the consequences


Despite not coming into force until 12 August 2016, we already have the first case on the substantive interpretation of the provisions of the new Insurance Act 2015.

Mishcon de Reya PEP breaks £1m mark

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Mishcon de Reya’s average profit per equity partner (PEP) has hit £1m for the first time

Mishcon de Reya advises Business Environment on £9m acquisition of four serviced office centres

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Mishcon de Reya has advised London-based serviced office space provider, Business Environment (BE), on the completion of its £9m acquisition of four serviced office centres located in Canary Wharf, Euston, Victoria and Paddington.

Sports Law Academy student briefings

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The Sports Group has run the Mishcon Sports Law Academy for two years now. This is a graduate recruitment initiative designed to introduce law students to sports law.

Mishcon de Reya successfully represents Hewlett Packard Enterprise in fraud and inducement of breach of contract claim

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In a judgment handed down in the High Court yesterday, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), represented by law firm Mishcon de Reya, was awarded £1.95m in a successful claim against Mr Matthew Archer and his company.

Doping whistleblower ban: Kendrah Potts talks to the Today Programme

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Following her ban from the Rio Olympics, doping whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova and her partner have spoken out against Olympic bosses, saying that the ban will scare other athletes off from coming forward.

Countdown to 2017 – Brexit and the non-dom tax changes


The EU Referendum has been and gone, we have a new Prime Minister and Chancellor, and Parliament has gone into summer recess, returning in September. All change, but what of the non-dom and UK residential property tax changes due to take effect in April 2017?