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Post on 3 Mar 2015
Judging day for the 2015 Property Awards is fast approaching, and we are pleased to announce that six judges from last year's competition will once again be selecting the very best industry projects in the South West over the last 12 months. We are also delighted to welcome new judge Thelma...
Property Awards
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Real Estate
Post on 23 Feb 2015
Louisa Ghevaert, Partner and Head of Michelmores' Fertility and Parenting team, joined the radio debate on international commercial surrogacy on the BBC World Service's 'Have Your Say' programme on Friday 20 February.  Louisa featured as a "leading expert in UK fertility law" for the programme, '...
Family Law
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Michelmores
Post on 18 Feb 2015
The corporate team at Michelmores has advised Yeovil-headquartered Haynes Publishing Group PLC in the acquisition of Teon Media, as Haynes looks to develop its digital offering. Haynes, which is listed on the London Stock Exchange, bought the Darlington-based Teon for a cash consideration of £450,...
Corporate law
Michelmores
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Post on 17 Feb 2015
Louisa Ghevaert, Head of Michelmores' Fertility and Parenting team, is a keynote speaker at the forthcoming international surrogacy conference organised by Families Through Surrogacy − a not for profit organisation.  The conference takes place on Saturday 21 March 2015 in London and will be...
Family Law
Michelmores
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Post on 4 Mar 2015
MIPIM is a four day networking and information exchange that happens every year in Cannes, France and this year takes place between 10-13 March. Property investors, developers, capital providers and professionals from all over the world congregate to catch up, swap information and originate...
Real Estate
Post on 3 Mar 2015
The much-publicised new right to shared parental leave, introduced on 1 December 2014 enables eligible mothers, fathers, partners and adopters to determine how they share their time off work after their child is born or adopted. This will apply in relation to babies who are due to be born or...
Employment Law
Post on 3 Mar 2015
The Brussels Regulation (EC) 44/2001 (the "2001 Regulation") governs jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters. Whilst the new recast Brussels Regulation (EC) 1215/2012 (the "Regulation") does not substantively change the core position of the 2001...
Commercial
International
Post on 3 Mar 2015
For manufacturers of products, or components which will end up in products, such as toys, food and drink, electrical appliances, motor vehicles, cosmetics and others, the risk of a product recall with the associated costs and potential damage to that company's brand and reputation is very real....
Insurance
Post on 3 Mar 2015
New regulations came into force on 31 January 2015, which simplify the company name rules under the Companies Act 2006.  The new regulations reduce the list of sensitive words and expressions that require prior approval from certain government agencies or bodies, permitting greater variety of...
Manufacturing
Post on 3 Mar 2015
Background English contract law has not historically recognised the general duty to perform contracts in good faith.  The concept of good faith and fair dealing are quite common in various European countries (and other countries, for example Japan), and implied into commercial dealings between...
Commercial

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