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England Boxing

Firm News

Stefania Lobina appointed to HR, Legal & Compliance Subcommittee

Brexit and IP: An Overview

Briefing

The UK is due to leave the EU in March 2019.

Legal Professional Privilege & Internal Investigations following SFO v ENRC

Briefing

On 8 May 2017, Mrs Justice Andrews DBE handed down judgment in the case of The Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd. (SFO v ENRC).

Estates Gazette Awards 2017

Firm News

Judging and shortlist announcement

FT's EMpower Future Leaders

Firm News

Claudine Adeyemi listed

The International Fraud Group panel discussion

Event

Fraud in 2020 and beyond. An IFG panel discussing the impact of the world's fastest growing industry.

Mental health at work

Article

How mediation can help

Is student accommodation or BTR a better bet for investors?

Article

It’s often said that student accommodation and the build-to-rent (BTR) sector have a lot in common.

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Inheritance comes with strings attached

Article

Andrew Goldstone in The Times

Futures market - Private client

Article

Stuart Adams in Law Society Gazette

Mishcon advise nGAGE on its acquisition of GCS Recruitment Specialists

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya has advised nGAGE Specialist Recruitment Limited (nGAGE) on its acquisition of GCS Recruitment Specialists.

Reporters Without Borders

Article

Free speech groups welcome repeal of punitive law

Cifas' Fraudscape 2017 report

Article

Internal controls are vital

Conservative manifesto - what's in store for workers?

Briefing

In a manifesto somewhat light on detail in what Theresa May hailed as the "greatest extension of rights and protections for employees by any Conservative government", there are nevertheless a few points to note. Here we present some of the highlights:

Web of claims after cyberattack on NHS

Article

Joe Hancock quoted in The Times

Inside IP: KitKat - Court of Appeal sets high bar for acquired distinctiveness

Briefing

Most people in the UK would recognise the KitKat shape.

The Variation of Nuptial Settlements - Comparing the Viewpoints of Family & Trust Lawyers

Article

In practical terms, the England and Wales court has the unlimited statutory power to order, ancillary to a divorce, the variation of a nuptial settlement for the benefit of a party to a marriage.

Luxury Law Awards

Firm News

Law Firm of the Year

Rob Murray at Brexit Exchange Summit

Firm News

On Thursday 18 May Brexit Exchange will be holding a summit at the Leadenhall Building.