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  • Herbert Smith Freehills are currently seeking a Legal Analyst to join our Respond team in Belfast
  • In this role, duties will include document review, due diligence and ensuring compliance with financial disciplines
  • Candidates should have a law degree (2:2 or above) or a minimum of 3 A-levels and a postgraduate qualification in law
  • Fluency in a second language with an ability to translate legal documents into English would be advantageous
  • Respond team members are part-time permanent employees who work on a flexible basis while developing their legal careers

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The View from Brussels: Ideas to fix the backstop - including enhanced extradition

The position of the EU changed almost imperceptibly over the summer from that which we noted in June 2019 of “the Withdrawal Agreement is not open

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High Court finds impliedly “without prejudice” correspondence admissible on questions of costs

In a recent decision, the High Court has distinguished between correspondence which is expressly stated to be “without prejudice” and that which is

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Dispute resolution in the era of big data and AI

Be it machine learning, natural language processing, augmented analytics or distributed ledger technology (aka blockchain), new Technologies are

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FCA speech on Brexit Preparedness

On 16 September, the FCA published a speech, delivered at Bloomberg, on “Preparing for Brexit in financial services: the state of play”. Although the

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CJEU refuses UK HC's request for preliminary ruling on SPC applications based on third-party MAs, on account of referred question being "hypothetical" (C-23919 Eli Lilly v Genentech)

In its order, the CJEU held that this request for a preliminary ruling was manifestly inadmissible a under Article 52(3) of the Rules of Procedure of

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Government No-Deal Brexit Planning Assumptions Published

The Government today published an important document related to its no-deal planning (code named “Operation Yellowhammer”). This document reveals the

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Government publishes further competition Brexit legislation amending its original Regulations on competition law in order to address the issue of EU commitments relating to the UK

On 10 September 2019 the UK Government published the text of a second Competition Brexit SI, the Competition (Amendment etc.)(EU Exit)(No2)

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Privilege: a reminder of the dangers of cherry picking

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employer waived privilege in redacted parts of a draft dismissal letter setting out its

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Consultation on new permitted development rights for telecomms apparatus

Recently, the government announced a consultation on proposals to reform permitted development rights (PD rights) for operators under the Electronic

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Vestager nominated to remain as Commissioner for Competition

On 10 September 2019 European Commission President-Elect Ursula von der Leyen presented her list of nominees for the next College of Commissioners

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CIL Infrastructure Funding Statements - Clarifying the Opaque

New planning guidance was published by the Government on Sunday 1 September regarding the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) in light of recent

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Brexit - impact of no-deal for corporate law practitioners

As a no-deal Brexit (i.e. The UK leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement in place) remains a possible outcome, below is a summary

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Top 10 reasons for Pensions Ombudsman complaints in 201819 revealed

The Pensions Ombudsman’s annual report for 201819 shows that the number of pension related complaints continues to rise, with 1,538 new

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Comments on Labour’s nationalisation and tax plans - as Brexit brings General Election closer

With a change in Government in the UK by the end of this year a distinct possibility, this morning Herbert Smith Freehills held a second roundtable

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Pro-enforcement stance of English courts is put to test in s103(5) application for adjournment of enforcement

In the recent case of AIC Limited v. The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, the English High Court revisited the difficult question of whether to

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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 which are

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High Court considers what constitutes sufficient reasons

In R (Gare) v Babergh District Council 2019 EWHC 2041, the High Court quashed a planning permission granted by Babergh District Council (the

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Could an expanded development agreement be declared ineffective under procurement law? Not if it's connected to a prior OJEU notice

Under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (the "PCRs"), a notice must be published in the Official Journal of the European Union ("OJEU Notice")

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Court of Appeal finds entire agreement clause did not preclude terms of superseded contract being admissible to explain meaning of unconventional term

The Court of Appeal has held that the parties agreed a binding variation to incorporate additional services (Intermediate Minor Oral Surgery, or IMOS

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SFO Corporate Co-operation Guidance

On 6 August 2019 the UK Serious Fraud Office (“SFO“) published its Corporate Co-operation Guidance which forms part of the SFO’s internal Operational

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