Private Practice
  • Linklaters are currently seeking an AR & LT Paralegal/Support Lawyer to join our team in London
  • The AR team provides dedicated matter support to ensure projects are completed accurately and on time
  • You must be able to provide assistance on specific projects requiring legal training and knowledge, including...
  • ...compiling Conditions Precedent processes, completing company checklists, and drafting transaction documents
  • Candidates should have a law degree or equivalent and LPC/BPTC or be a qualified lawyer

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Latest articles from Linklaters LLP
International Tax Round-up March 2020

The publication gives an overview of key tax developments across our global network, special focus is given to tax measures taken by various countries

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Real Estate Talking Points: Development back to basics: Site assembly and vacant possession

A development site may be a single plot, owned by a single owner, comprised in a single legal title. Most developers will know from bitter experience

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Bank of England invites feedback on “platform” model for a UK retail CBDC

The Bank of England has published a new Discussion Paper on Central Bank Digital Currencies for retail use. Notably, the paper outlines and invites

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Covid-19 and Competition Law: Rapid Regulator Responses

Reports of hand sanitisers previously available for £3.494 being sold for over £150170. Contracts for face masks to National Health authorities

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Trustee Agenda - SPRING 2020

In this edition, we share answers to "Frequently Asked Questions" on GMP equalisation. Whilst several developments in this area are expected in the

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Statutory sick pay under the spotlight

Statutory sick pay (SSP) is not a topic which normally engenders passionate debate. But over the last few days it has been discussed in Parliament, on

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English High Court confirms the limits of Arbitration Act s.44 against third-parties regardless of domicile

In A, B v C, D, E 2020 EWHC 258 (Comm) ("A v C"), the English High Court held that its powers in support of arbitral proceedings under section 44

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Revolution vs Evolution - The ESG landscape and opportunities on both sides of the Atlantic

Environmental, social and governance ("ESG") considerations are rapidly becoming a focal point for governments, investors and companies globally

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Covid-19: A checklist of legal issues

The recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus has caused disruption across the world. Containment measures, including lockdowns of cities, extensions

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Covid-19 impacts on AGMs and other general meetings

Many listed companies are currently busy preparing for their AGMs, as December year-end issuers must hold their meetings before July 2020. Despite a

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At the end of the beginning, the European view of what Brexit means now

So it finally happened. As of the end of January, the United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union and nearly half a century of the

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Doing the right thing Part 3: How to ensure buy-in

It is also helpful to consider how to set out the need for the action you’re looking for people to take. From a positive standpoint, a genuine

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Private equity firms are facing the prospect of bank-style regulation

Following a string of new regulations, private equity executives could be forgiven for thinking that the industry had been subject to a case of

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Doing the right thing: Fostering a culture of compliance - Part 1

Mini-series by Lucy Blake and Kate West, Linklaters LLP. The authors would like to thank James Walker of Compass Group plc for his assistance with

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Pensions Regulator consults on defined benefit scheme funding

The Pensions Regulator is consulting on a proposed new regulatory approach to funding for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes. This represents the

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Doing the right thing: Fostering a culture of compliance - Part 2

Helpful advice for companies on designing compliance programmes is widely available, from the recently published DOJ Compliance Programme Guidance

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Pensions in five: Pension developments this month - FEBRUARY 2020

The Pension Schemes Bill is continuing its passage through Parliament . In advance of Committee Stage, a running list of amendments was published

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Issues for Boards, General Counsel and Company Secretaries - February 2020

Society, investors, regulators and governments increasingly and explicitly expect businesses to act in the public interest. Although "public

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Issues for financial sponsors and their portfolio companies - February 2020

Society, investors, regulators and governments increasingly and explicitly expect businesses to act in the public interest. Although "public

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UK: Court of Appeal overturns decision in Sports Direct case concerning legal professional privilege and the exercise of regulators’ investigative powers against third parties

If a regulator is investigating A and, pursuant to its powers of investigation, orders B to disclose documents, can B resist production insofar as B

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