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High Court role granted to Sarah Asplin QC

11th September 2012

The High Court has announced the appointment of three new judges, with Sarah Asplin QC increasing the Chancery Division’s hitherto underrepresented female influence.   It is hoped that Asplin, who became a…

New head of legal for NSPCC charity announced

10th September 2012

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), one of Britain’s most prominent charitable organisations, has announced that it has hired Alexis Burnetts as the permanent head of its legal…

London firm closes Israel's largest ever finance deal

10th September 2012

A multinational law firm based in London has helped to successfully complete a $900 million finance deal which it is believed is the largest of its kind to have ever been signed off in Israel. Several projects experts…

Leveson leads to changes in privacy law landscape

6th September 2012

Legal experts believe that the highly publicised Leveson Inquiry, as well as a number of other factors, will lead to lasting changes in the frequency of privacy law cases and the manner in which they are carried out in…

Online legal expert starts role at King.com

5th September 2012

Rob Miller, an online legal expert, has switched from his international chief of deals role at daily deals pioneers LivingSocial to an in-house job with King. com, which is Facebook’s second largest game developer. …

London Met launch judicial review case

5th September 2012

A UK firm has chosen a Brick Court Chambers barrister with one of the top London lawyer jobs to represent London Metropolitan University as they launch a judicial review case against the government over the highly…

London firms advise on lucrative oil merger

4th September 2012

No less than seven firms were called upon to give advice on the lucrative oil merger deal between Irish giants Petroceltic International and Melrose Resources, who are based in Scotland. Corporate partners and others…

ABI anger over proposed damages changes

3rd September 2012

The Court of Appeal (CoA) has ruled that personal injury damages payments should rise by 10 per cent from April 2013, sparking strong protest from the Association of British Insurers (ABI). In response, judges at the…