Post on 7 Jul 2017
Stati v Kazakhstan [2017] EWHC 1348 (Comm) The English Commercial Court (the 'English Court') has granted the Republic of Kazakhstan ('RoK') permission to amend its application to set aside permission to enforce a Swedish arbitral award to include allegations of fraud, notwithstanding contrary...
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Divorce law | Family Law
Post on 7 Jul 2017
This article was first published in Solicitors Journal on 7 June 2017 and is reproduced by kind permission. While the fluid nature of financial proceedings on divorce can be frustrating for clients, it is preferable to a more prescriptive approach, argues Pippa Allsop​. The award ‘may have been...
Family Law
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Post on 4 Jul 2017
What are they? A mentally capable adult has a right to refuse any given medical treatment. This right extends to refusals made ahead of time which can be documented in the form of an "advance decision". An advance decision, also known as a living will and, formerly, an advance directive, is a...
Private Wealth
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Post on 30 Jun 2017
Out with the old, in with the new Amid the talk of election results, coalition talks and missing manifesto pledges surrounding this year's Queen's Speech, one would be forgiven for not taking note of a bill of some significance to the world of receivables finance. The introduction of the Goods...
Finance and Investment
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Education law | Schools and Brexit
Post on 29 Jun 2017
It was a long time ago that Heraclitus remarked the only thing that is constant is change and this certainly seems to be the case in the ebbs and flows of party politics.  But what does it mean for education?  The early indications in relation to the Conservative agenda are probably not that much...
Education
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Michelmores' London corporate team | Corporate Law
Post on 29 Jun 2017
Michelmores' London corporate team has advised Leyton Orient football club owner Leyton Orient Holdings Limited and Francesco Becchetti on the sale of the club to business consortium Eagle Investments 2017 Limited, headed by British-born Nigel Travis, the Chairman and CEO of Dunkin’ Brands Inc....
Corporate law
Michelmores
Analysing School Performance | ASP | RAISEonline
Post on 28 Jun 2017
The Department for Education's (DfE) online performance evaluation system, Compare school and college performance, will see the introduction of a new and more focused process in summer term 2017. RAISEonline, the existing comparison function in the system, is being replaced with a new process,...
Education
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Michelmores Education Team | Newbridge School
Post on 27 Jun 2017
Name: Louise Parr Your current title/role: Executive Headteacher Brief career background: I have been teaching for the past 30 years....where has the time gone!! I started my career as an Early Years and KS 1 specialist , with a mixed age 4-6 class and then managing a 52 place EY/nursery department...
Education
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How to protect your IP when exporting | Intellectual Property | IP Law
Post on 27 Jun 2017
Intellectual property (IP) rights are potentially some of the most important assets a business owns. IP - which can range from intricately complicated software to the design of your logo - can help to set your business apart from competitors, offer customers something new, be used as a security for...
Intellectual Property
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Construction & Engineering Law | NEC4
Post on 27 Jun 2017
As announced in our earlier article the new suite of NEC contract was released on 22 June 2017. As previously indicated by the NEC, the suite of contracts have adopted an evolution, not revolution, approach to development and there are no major sea changes within the documents. That is not to say...
Construction
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