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  • You will advise on Scottish, UK and cross border transactions, including acquisitions and disposals
  • Other areas include private equity and venture capital, joint ventures, and group reorganisations
  • You will be a motivated individual with previous experience in Corporate and strong commercial awareness
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The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that a profitability bonus was not part of a week’s pay for a worker with normal working hours, and

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The High Court has ruled that an independent fostering agency’s policies for recruiting carers was unlawful on the grounds that it discriminated

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Women count 2020

“Companies with women in senior leadership roles are more profitable. They are better innovators. They are more respected in their fields.” So says

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FCA focuses on the inappropriate use of title-transfer collateral arrangements (ttca)

On 24 July 2020, the FCA published a Dear CEO Letter reminding firms acting as brokers in wholesale financial markets (including clearing brokers and

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The pension schemes bill: more questions than answers

Progress is finally being made on the Pension Schemes Bill (the Bill). It has cleared the House of Lords and is ready to be debated in the House of

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The Land Registry announces that it will begin accepting some electronic signatures

The Land Registry has announced that, until further notice, it will now accept electronic signatures generated by electronic signature platforms for

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Summary of new and proposed legislation (UK Construction Focus, July 2020)

Dentons' UK prepare a monthly guide to new and proposed legislation that will affect the construction industry for publication in Construction Law's

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Employment Tribunal Survey shows increase in awards

The results of the 2018 Survey of Employment Tribunal Applications (SETA) have just been released and show that both sums paid in settlements and

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Business rates - reform and revaluation

The government has now published its Call for Evidence in respect of the its fundamental review of the business rates system in England trailed in

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COVID-19 and English Real Estate July 2020 snapshot

As both England and Wales navigate their way out of lockdown, here is an updated snapshot summarising in one place the key COVID-19 legal

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COVID-19 and Scottish Real Estate July 2020 snapshot

As Scotland gradually navigates its way out of lockdown, here is an updated snapshot summarising in one place the key COVID-19 legal developments

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Asset Management Newsletter - Summer 2020: Regulatory update

Clearly, the COVID-19 crisis has had an impact on the plans of financial regulators across the world. In the UK, the FCA and PRA have both postponed

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Developments enhancing corporate ownership transparency (UK overseas territories and beyond)

Among the worrying by-products of the COVID-19 pandemic to affect the business sector, threats of an increase in money laundering and fraudulent

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Proposed extension of obligations under the OGA strategy: beyond MER UK?

The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has enthusiastically adopted the "net zero" agenda in the changes that it is proposing to make to the strategy that

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COVID-19 (Coronavirus): Guidance for UK Employers

Whilst the UK Government's headline advice still urges people to stay at home as much as possible, it has gradually eased the lockdown restrictions

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Recap on penalties under English law

In the current climate, the only certainty is that we live in uncertain times. As the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to interrupt the

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National minimum wage: deductions for training and accommodation expenses

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has provided guidance on deductions from wages for training and accommodation expenses. The issue arose in the

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Update for landlords - action against commercial tenants in Scotland during COVID-19

COVID-19 and measures intended to address its effect have had a significant impact on the remedies available to commercial landlords, in the event of

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Listing Needs to be Urned - Guidance on what is a building for the purposes of “listed building” designation

The Supreme Court’s judgment in Dill v Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government and another 2020 UKSC20 confirms the

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FCA goes to court to protect scheme member outcomes

The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has succeeded in its claim against Avacade Limited (Avacade) and others for providing pensions investment

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