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Mishcon de Reya advises on £1.4bn residential asset merger

International law firm Mishcon de Reya has advised a client over the £1.4bn merger of residential assets in London.

Lawyers join fight against fraud

Private lawyers will be deployed instead of police for the first time amid increased efforts to seize back assets for the victims of fraud.

Insurance law shake-up, August 2016: be prepared

Far from being a sleepy holiday month, August 2016 will see the biggest shake up to UK insurance law in living memory. But what's changing and how might it affect you?

Pact Coffee: Why our mission is central to our growth

Coffee culture is having a renaissance. We are aping London of the eighteenth century, when our ancestors couldn’t get enough of the brown stuff.

Shareholder agreements give firms the focus they need to thrive

Building a business is a labour of love. Not just for the founders, but also for the employees and investors. I regularly sit down with founders to go through shareholder agreements.

Barbara Reeves speaks to The Lawyer's Private Client & Trusts Report

No-fault divorce, fraudulent non-disclosure and maintenance rulings are among the hot topics discussed by our experts, including Barbara Reeves, Family Partner at Mishcon de Reya

City of London Police launches inaugural fraud panel

City of London Police will start to use external law firms on fraud cases for the first time following funding approval from the Home Office.

Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010

August 2016 will see the biggest shake up to UK Insurance law in living memory.

'Rogue marker' who leaked Sats test could face prosecution

A "ROGUE marker" who leaked a spelling and grammar test as part of a "political campaign" against government reforms could face a criminal inquiry, it has emerged.

The Business Tycoon, the Wife, the Mistress and the “Secret” Daughter: Court hands down judgment in Elliott v Simmonds

Kenneth Jordan made his millions from road line painting. He died in August 2012 leaving his entire estate to his 'Mistress', Bernice Elliott, under a will he had signed on 1 February 2012...

Brexit and the FA’s flawed immigration rules

To Brexit or not to Brexit? That is the question.

Controversial Housing Bill back with MPs

The government's controversial Housing and Planning Bill is back in front of MPs after a bruising shakedown in the House of Lords.

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A Chinese takeaway (Pt 3)

Hinkley Point C: Tim Malloch reports on a French letter & corporate chaos

Entrepreneurs Are Being Priced Out Of London

London’s housing crisis has united left and right in solidarity. And as I explained yesterday, most sensible people agree that it’s principally...

The only way is up for Leap 100 companies

The Leap 100 is a list of 100 of the most exciting, fast-growing companies in the UK.

M&A, Data Protection, Anti-Money Laundering Hot Gibraltar Topics

Mergers and acquisitions in European gambling may shift focus to technology-led deals but are likely to continue...

Andrew Goldstone in Estates Gazette

Mishcon de Reya Partner Andrew Goldstone has featured in Estates Gazette, commenting the government's proposals...

April Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

Moore v HMRC and Castledine v HMRC highlight the care needed to ensure taxpayers satisfy the strict conditions of entrepreneurs’ relief...

EDF faces state aid hurdle over Hinkley Point project

The French government is this week discussing financial support for EDF, after Jean-Bernard Levy, chief executive, said the company needed fresh state help...

Chatbots – who is actually chatting?

Chatbots – software programs that respond to text and/or vocal inputs in a humanlike manner – are beginning to proliferate online.