Private Practice
  • Paralegal role in busy leading mid-market Corporate Law department
  • Squire Patton Boggs is one of the world’s strongest integrated law firms.
  • A small and busy team of 3 partners, 4 associates and a trainee, and 2 secretaries
  • M&A, reorganisations, management buy-outs, joint ventures and shareholder; UK and cross-border
  • Thwaites’ beer division; Numis Securities on the AIM IPO of Hunters Property
  • Research, drafting, checking documentation; as well as client communication
  • Between £17,000 and £19,000 depending on experience

Squire Patton Boggs

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Latest articles from Squire Patton Boggs
Competition & Regulatory Newsletter (04 - 17 September 2019)

On 10 September European Commission President-elect Ursula von der Leyen presented her list of nominees for the next College of Commissioners

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'Technology, Access to Justice and the Rule of Law': a new report from the Law Society

Despite the rapid technological changes which have taken place in the past few years, disrupting almost all facets of our lives, there has been a

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Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 12 September

Major UK and European regulatory developments of interest to banks, insurers and reinsurers, asset managers and other market participants

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Transforming Interest Rate Benchmarks

The UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) continues to emphasise that LIBOR users should assume that the rate will not be available after the end of

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Employment Bulletin - September 2019

The Court of Appeal has confirmed a decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal that holiday pay for part-time, term-time only employees should not

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Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 05 September 2019

Major UK and European regulatory developments of interest to banks, insurers and reinsurers, asset managers and other market participants

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Competition & Regulatory Newsletter (21 August - 3 September 2019)

On 22 August 2019 the UK's Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced that, following its Phase 1 investigation, it has accepted final

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Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 29 August 2019

Major UK and European regulatory developments of interest to banks, insurers and reinsurers, asset managers and other market participants

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Competition & Regulatory Newsletter (7 - 20 August 2019)

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has fined Casio £3.7 million for imposing minimum resale prices (a form of resale price maintenance) on

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Music to regulators' ears? Antitrust, RPM, and AI

This month, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) fined Casio Electronics (the UK-based unit of Casio Computer) GBP 3.7 million for its

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Hong Kong Briefing: Transforming Interest Rate Benchmarks

Improvements to the robustness and transparency of interbank offered rates (IBORs) have been gathering momentum around the world since

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Taxpayers, tax authorities and tech

"Making Tax Digital" stands for a drive by the UK tax authority, HMRC, to move to digital records and returns. The stated aim is to make tax

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Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 15 August 2019

Major UK and European regulatory developments of interest to banks, insurers and reinsurers, asset managers and other market participants

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Dawn Raids by the Competition Authorities: A First Aid Kit

Officials from the CMA or the European Commission (the Competition Authorities) may visit your offices unexpectedly to investigate potentially

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Employment Bulletin - August 2019

On 22 July 2019, the Government issued a response to its consultation on the regulation of confidentiality clausesnon-disclosure agreements in

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Silicon Valley - 'A Sea of Dudes'? 'Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed by Men'

It is broadly accepted that the tech sector lags behind others in relation to diversity, inclusion and gender equality. In her recently published book

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Real Estate Newsletter - August 2019

The European Medicines Agency v Canary Wharf case will not be going to the Court of Appeal. The parties have settled after the EMA agreed to

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Financial Regulation Weekly Bulletin - 08 August 2019

Major UK and European regulatory developments of interest to banks, insurers and reinsurers, asset managers and other market participants

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Competition & Regulatory Newsletter (24 July - 6 August 2019)

On 18 July 2019 the European Commission announced its decision to fine Qualcomm 242 million for abusing its market dominance in 3G chipsets by

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Pensions Bulletin - 7 August 2019

In a written statement on 4 July 2019, Guy Opperman, Pensions Minister, confirmed the basis on which same sex survivor benefits in public sector

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