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Planning Breakfast Seminar: Tackling the 'Housing Crisis': Will new planning measures help?

Event

The seminar will address the topics below followed by a Q&A session with our Planning and Environment Group

"Events likely to give rise to a claim": when should an insured give notice?

Briefing

In the recent case of Zurich Insurance Plc v Maccaferri Ltd [2016] EWCA Civ 1302 the Court of Appeal was asked to determine the meaning of a condition precedent in an insurance policy which required the insured to notify its insurers "as soon as possible after the occurrence of an event likely to give rise to a claim".

Mishcon de Reya appoints new Disputes Partner

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya has announced that it has hired Nicola Bridge, who joins as a Partner in the firm's Dispute Resolution department this week.

Anthony Julius joins UCL as first Chair in Law and the Arts

Firm News

Deputy Chairman of Mishcon de Reya and Director of The Academy Professor Anthony Julius today joins UCL as the inaugural Chair in Law and the Arts.

The Lawyer Top 20

Article

Two Mishcon cases in Top 10

Mishcon de Reya launches technology incubator

Firm News

Law firm Mishcon de Reya has today launched a technology incubator programme - MDR LAB - for tech start-ups in the legal space.

Lexis PSL: Corporate law analysis 2017

Article

Looking ahead to 2017

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Sandra Davis in YOU Magazine

Article

'The voice of the child is still not heard powerfully enough'

The Big Interview: Anthony Julius

Article

We spoke to Mishcon de Reya's deputy chairman Anthony Julius about negotiating a royal divorce, defeating a Holocaust denier and why being a 'Jack of all trades' is no bad thing.

Mishcon de Reya appoints new Disputes Partner

Firm News

Mishcon de Reya has announced that it has hired Shaistah Akhtar, who joined as a Partner in the firm's Dispute Resolution department on Monday 9th January. Shaistah was previously at KWM.

Take care with how you use product information

Article

It is common practice in the food industry for suppliers to provide technical and product information to customers so they can satisfy food safety issues and ensure the product and its labelling are in compliance with food legislation and regulations.

The Leap 100 Power Breakfast: Massage and Mindfulness - Why Supporting Trust and Psychological Safety Powers Top Team Performance

Event

The ninth in the series of Leap 100 Power Breakfasts will take place on Wednesday 11 January, 2017 and will be led by Celia Francis, CEO of Rated People.

Inside IP: Court of Appeal confirms permission to appeal no more likely in patent cases than other cases

Briefing

The Court of Appeal has formally disapproved the notion that permission to appeal should be more readily given in patent cases.

The Best of the ‘Best of Guest’

Article

Top 16 quotes of 2016

Gender pay gap less than 5% for 20-somethings

Firm News

Mishcon Thinks with Jennifer Millins

Board Governance, Diversity and Equality

TV

In this Mishcon Thinks Film, Employment Partner Jennifer Millins discusses the importance of Boards engaging with issues such as diversity and equality – considering their own diversity and leading by example.

Starter Homes and Garden Villages

Firm News

Daniel Farrand on BBC North-West Tonight

Gender pay gap reporting regulations finally published

Article

After some delay, the Government has now published the final draft of the legislation on the mandatory gender pay gap reporting regime.

Sally Britton comments on Kit Kat IP row

Article

Sally Britton, IP specialist at City firm Mishcon de Reya, said the case was interesting as it examines the type of use and consumer recognition required to obtain monopoly protection and sets the bar very high.