Private Practice
  • Herbert Smith Freehills are currently seeking a Corporate M&A Manager (5+ years' PQE) to join our Belfast team
  • Our practice handles M&A, capital markets, investment funds, commercial contracts, restructurings and regulatory matters
  • Role will involve tasks such as supervising and assisting solicitors and project managing the local office's team
  • Candidates should have strong analytical abilities coupled with sound judgement in order to solve complex problems
  • Experience in mergers and acquisitions and/or capital markets transactions is particularly desirable

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Beware the conditional gifts - High Court rules children of beneficiary take gift subject to conditions subsequent in will despite lack of knowledge

A recent decision of the High Court clarified that where a beneficiary of a will predeceases the testator and the gift vests in the beneficiary’s

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English High Court sets aside award for failure to properly cross-examine a witness on a core issue and basing its decision on matters not properly argued by the parties

In P v D 2019 EWHC 1277 (Comm), the English High Court set aside an arbitral award on the basis that the tribunal had reached a finding of fact on a

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The month ahead in financial services regulatory developments

In this blog post, we round-up forthcoming developments in the UK and at EU and International levels in financial services regulation for August 2019

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Beauty is more than skin deep - the Interim Report of the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission

After a bumpy start but ahead of schedule, the Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission (or the “BBBBC”) this week published its Interim Report

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Margin by which party beat own Part 36 offer not relevant in determining costs consequences

The High Court has found that, where a claimant beat its own Part 36 offer by only a very small margin relative to the size of the claim, that was not

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UK: ICO announces first ‘mega fines’ for data breach under GDPR

In the last couple of days, the Information Commissioner’s Office has issued two notices of intent to impose the first ‘mega fines’ under the GDPR

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What does your contract mean? How the courts interpret contracts

This is the second in our series of contract disputes practical guides, designed to provide clients with practical guidance on some key issues that

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Approval of UK’s fifth DPA concludes SFO investigation into Serco companies

On 4 July 2019, Mr Justice William Davis approved a Deferred Prosecution Agreement (“DPA“) agreed between the Serious Fraud Office (“SFO“) and Serco

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Patent and Pharma update- July 2019

Our regular Patent and Pharma update aims to keep you informed of recent developments in United Kingdom and European law relating to patents and the

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Recent High Court decision casts doubt on whether EU27 courts will be able to defer to English court pursuant to exclusive jurisdiction clauses in some circumstances if “no-deal” Brexit

The High Court has held that there is no power under the recast Brussels Regulation to stay English proceedings against an English domiciled

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High Court finds there is no power to stay English proceedings to give effect to exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of non-EU court unless proceedings were commenced first in the foreign court

The High Court has held that there is no power under the recast Brussels Regulation to stay English proceedings against an English domiciled

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The FCA publishes proposals to ban sale of crypto-derivatives to retail consumers

The Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA“) has published proposals to ban the sale of derivatives or exchange traded notes (“ETNs“) which reference

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UK: Charity Commission freezes bank accounts pending investigation into grant-giving charities with common trustees

The Charity Commission has frozen the bank accounts of, and opened separate statutory inquiries into, two grant-giving charities, established for

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Court of Appeal decision illustrates proper application of compensatory principle of damages, as well as modern approach to contractual interpretation

The Court of Appeal has held that a charterer was liable for substantial damages for its failure to make shipments of iron ore pellets under a

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Inside Arbitration: Issue 8 of the publication from Herbert Smith Freehills’ global arbitration practice

In our last issue we took an in-depth look at arbitration in Latin America and we have decided to once again take a regional focus, turning to Europe

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New Hague Judgments Convention: finally adopted but may be some years before impact is felt

On Tuesday, 2 July 2019, The Hague Conference on Private International Law finalised a new treaty on enforcement of judgments: the Convention on the

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High Court awards indemnity on a reinstatement basis for damaged property which had not been reinstated

In Sartex Quilts & Textiles Limited v Endurance Corporate Capital Limited2019 EWHC 1103 (Comm), David Railton QC sitting as a Deputy High Court

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Airline Insolvency Review

UK taxpayers paid over £60 million to repatriate around 110,000 passengers stranded abroad following the failure of Monarch in October 2017. The UK

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English Court rejects section 68 challenge on the primary ground that the Tribunal’s decision was a Procedural Order and not an Award

In the recent case of ZCCM Investments Holdings PLC v Kansanshi Holdings PLC & Anor 2019 EWHC 1285 (Comm), the English Court (the Court) rejected a

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English court clarifies meaning and effect of “serious harm” requirement under Defamation Act 2013

The Supreme Court has held that the requirement to show “serious harm” under section 1(1) of the Defamation Act 2013 (the “2013 Act“) not only raises

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