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  • Herbert Smith Freehills are seeking a Professional Support Lawyer with experience in Competition, Regulation and Trade
  • Our Competition department provides international corporate and contentious advice on a range of matters
  • We expect the successful candidate to have a minimum of six successful years' PQE from private practice and/or as a PSL
  • Academic excellence is essential: all applications should include full academic details including grades and subjects
  • Candidates should also be bright self-starters with the desire to continuously build upon and share knowledge

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Latest articles from Herbert Smith Freehills
CMA director disqualification cases signal greater focus on individual liability for breach of competition rules

On 10th May 2019 the CMA secured the disqualification of three former directors of companies involved in a bid rigging cartel in the design

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Commercial Court gives guidance on definition of 'consumer' under Recast Brussels Regulation in cryptocurrency futures trading case

An individual investor, with substantial means and more knowledge and experience than the average person, may still be considered a 'consumer' for

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On a power trip? High Court finds Secretary of State acted ultra vires

Ofcom is under a duty, pursuant to section 8(4) of the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006 ("WTA"), to make regulations under section 8(3) WTA exempting the

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Court of Appeal finds ISDA jurisdiction clause trumps competing clause in related contract

The Court of Appeal's judgment in BNP Paribas SA v Trattamento Rifiuti Metropolitani SPA provides further assurance that jurisdiction clauses within

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Partial waiver of privilege will not protect privileged documents disclosed at trial of preliminary issue from disclosure at main trial

In Lok Momin v Hospital Authority 2019 2 HKLRD 152, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance held that the doctrine of partial waiver of privilege

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Court of Appeal finds offer relating to unpleaded counterclaim was valid under Part 36

The Court of Appeal has upheld a decision that a Defendant’s offer to accept £100,000 in settlement of both the claim and its unpleaded counterclaim

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The Dynamics of Diversity

Organisational diversity is not a new concept. It is increasingly being recognised that a diverse workforce and leadership team are not only

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It’ll take a long time to get quicker - how PINS is planning to change the inquiries process (slowly)

On 14 May 2019, the Planning Inspectorate published its Inquiries Review Action Plan to explain how it intends to implement the recommendations of

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Understanding the Impact of the Triple Point Case on Construction Contracts

The recent decision in the Court of Appeal case of Triple Point Technology, Inc. v PTT Public Company Ltd 2019 EWCA Civ 230 challenges certain

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Court of Appeal confirms ISDA 1995 Credit Support Annex does not provide for payment of 'negative interest'

The Court of Appeal has upheld the High Court's decision that 'negative interest' is not payable by a Transferor of cash collateral under the

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Application for extension of time to bring section 67 challenge which was 959 days late refused by English court

The English High Court’s decision in State A v Party B 2019 EWHC 799 (Comm), handed down in January 2019 but only recently published, concerned the

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Key themes from the FCA’s Approach to Enforcement

On 24 April 2019 the FCA published its final “Approach to Enforcement” document, following a consultation period which ended in June 2018. The

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Disclosure Pilot: High Court clarifies transitional operation and considers privilege claims

The High Court has confirmed that the Disclosure Pilot operating in the Business and Property Courts since 1 January 2019 applies to all proceedings

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When is a warning a warning - how long should a party wait after serving a contractual notice? The English Court of Appeal gives important clarification on notice procedures.

The English Court of Appeal decision in S&T (UK) Limited v Grove Developments Limited provides clarity on the procedure for serving contractual

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FCA review of the general insurance distribution chain - “at a glance” guide

The FCA's thematic report on the general insurance ("GI") distribution chain (TR192) contains a clear warning to firms involved in the design and

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High Court finds parties agreed to vary application of “without prejudice” rule in subsequent “without prejudice save as to costs” correspondence

The High Court has held that correspondence marked “without prejudice save as to costs” and which described the conduct of prior “without prejudice”

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English Court finds one error of law but declines to overturn award under S69 Arbitration Act 1996

The English High Court (the Court) in Eleni Shipping Limited v Transgrain Shipping B.V. 2019 EWHC 910 (Comm) has reviewed an arbitral award

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Court of Appeal confirms no claim for third party’s loss unless common intention to benefit the third party at the time of contracting

The Court of Appeal has held that, where a buyer wrongly terminated a two year contract, the seller could only claim its own loss of profit and not

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Heathrow expansion given the green light after the High Court concludes Airport NPS is not flawed by legal error

Campaigners trying to block the expansion of Heathrow Airport have failed in their bid to persuade the High Court that the Government’s decision to

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Court of Appeal confirms test for dishonesty in dishonest assistance claims

The Court of Appeal has held that an accountant member of a multi-Disciplinary firm of solicitors was liable as an accessory for dishonestly

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