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  • Allen & Overy is a leading international legal practice with a truly global presence. We are renowned for the high quality of our banking, corporate, international capital markets and litigation practices.
  • Our deals and cases often make headline business news and we work with a number of the top corporates, financial institutions and governments.
  • Allen & Overy's Legal Services Centre (LSC) plays an increasing role in delivering important elements of major litigation cases and transactions, as well as in co-ordinating teams of lawyers from around the world.
  • You will be an effective communicator with excellent written and verbal skills.
  • You will have a professional manner with high levels of commercial awareness and critical thinking.

Allen & Overy LLP

Allen & Overy LLP is an international law firm, advising national and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and governments. Allen & Overy is a member of the UK’s Magic Circle of leading law firms.

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Project ExplAIn-an interim view and the challenges of explanations

The UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (the ICO) and Alan Turing Institute (the national institute for data science and AI, the Turing) have, in

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Bereavement - what employers can do to assist grieving staff

Bereavement is likely to affect almost everyone during their working life, and can have overwhelming and debilitating effects on an employee. It is

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Pensions: what's new this week 10 June 2019

Welcome to your weekly update from the Allen & Overy Pensions team, bringing you up-to-speed on all the latest legal and regulatory developments in

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Failure to use reasonable endeavours: skating on thin ice

In Gaia v Abbeygate, Abbeygate, a development company, was required to pay to Gaia GBP 1.4m, for a failure to use reasonable endeavours to enable a

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Employee disciplinary investigations and criminalregulatory investigations

When an employee is involved in serious misconduct such as a sexual assault, theft or financial impropriety, it is important to have sight of the

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Pensions in Dispute - June 2019

Welcome to our quarterly pensions litigation briefing, designed to help pensions managers identify key risks in scheme administration, and trustees

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UK report on digital market merger control decisions

On 3 June the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published an independent report it had commissioned by Lear (an economics consultancy) aimed

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Pensions: what’s new this week 3 June 2019

Welcome to your weekly update from the Allen & Overy Pensions team, bringing you up to speed on all the latest legal and regulatory developments in

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AI principles and practice: The OECD recommendation continues a theme

At the end of May, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) member countries achieved a first - signing up to a

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Key Regulatory Topics: Weekly Update 24 May 2019 - 30 May 2019

On 24 May, the FCA confirmed that the deadline for notifications for entering into the TPR will be extended to 30 October. The TPR will allow

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Pre-contractual negotiations: rarely a gold mine

The Court of Appeal in Merthyr (South Wales) Limited v Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council provides a concise restatement of the circumstances in

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Antitrust in focus - second edition

Procedural fairness and due process are critical to effective antitrust enforcement - they ensure that antitrust laws are consistently applied, and

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Key Regulatory Topics: Weekly Update 17 May - 23 May 2019

On 19 June, 8:30-9:30am, A&O will host a seminar regarding the EU’s most ambitious attempt to date to rationalise the prudential regulation of

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Pensions: what's new this week 28 May 2019

Welcome to your Weekly Update from the Allen & Overy Pensions team, bringing you up to speed on all the latest legal and regulatory developments in

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GDPR for litigators

Virtually all evidence, whether in litigation or arbitration or relating to investigations carried out by regulators or enforcement authorities, will

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Key Regulatory Topics: Weekly Update 10 May 2019 - 16 May 2019

On 16 May, ISDA launched two new consultations on benchmark fallbacks. One covers adjustments that would apply to fallback rates in the event certain

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Third country firms providing investment services on a cross-border basis - challenging times

One of the consequences of the implementation of MiFID II into Luxembourg law is the creation of a new regime for third country firms providing

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Lawful pressure in contractual negotiation: Duress-t in peace

In Times Travel v Pakistan International Airlines, the Court of Appeal held there was no duress where an airline used lawful pressure to achieve a

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The long arm of whistleblowing - expatriate claims

In a global workplace and with global impetus for their cause, it is no surprise that those who speak up are pushing jurisdictional boundaries to

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