Private Practice
  • Shoosmiths are currently seeking a Corporate Associate (4+ years' PQE) to join our team
  • We advise companies, management teams, investors and debt providers throughout the business life cycle
  • Specialisms include M&A, management transactions, venture and development funding, restructuring and capital reductions
  • This is an ideal platform for ambitious corporate lawyers to be involved in complex and often high-profile matters
  • You will have an enthusiastic 'can-do' attitude and a good grounding in quality corporate transactional work

Shoosmiths LLP

Shoosmiths is a major UK law firm with a network of offices working together as one national team.

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On 20 March 2020, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer announced a package of COVID-19 measures. The measures on tax include the deferral of VAT

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Member States of the EU and the U.K. Are announcing massive support packages for companies affected by the coronavirus crisis. These interventions

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Following closely behind the Jet2 decision (see our note, Court of Appeal Gives Important New Guidance on Legal Advice Privilege), the Court of

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Financial Stability Board Highlights Vulnerabilities in Global Financial System

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The U.K. Payment Systems Regulator has published a policy statement setting out its final decision on varying Specific Direction 10, which requires

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It is often taken for granted that only the named parties to a contract can enforce it.1 The English Court of Appeal has recently considered an

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Further Consultation on Pre-Cessation Fallbacks Announced

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U.K. Prime Minister Sets Out Plan for Post-Brexit Relationship with EU

The U.K. Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has published a written statement on the U.K. Government’s proposed approach to negotiations on the U.K.’s

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UK Joint Money Laundering Steering Group Proposes Amendments to Guidance

The Joint Money Laundering Steering Group has opened a consultation on proposed amendments to its Guidance. The revisions to the Guidance are to

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European Commission Takes First Step to Formally Open Negotiations With UK on Future Relationship

The European Commission has published a Recommendation for a Decision by the Council of the European Union authorizing the opening of negotiations

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