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Sherrards Solicitors’ London-based Head of Litigation, Paul Marmor, is a “vastly experienced” litigator (Legal 500) and is recognised for his experience in acting for major transactional clients on a range of complex multi-jurisdictional litigation.

Brexit and the legal industry explored

In a recent article, published by the Law Society of England & Wales, Diana Bentley explores the impact of Brexit on the English legal market by interviewing leading figures in the English legal industry, including Paul Marmor, Head of the Disputes Resolution department. Paul explains how our membership of the Alliott Global Alliance has assisted …

Brexit and the legal industry explored

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Brexit deal or no deal.

What happens to enforcement of English Judgments across Europe due to Brexit? So while the negotiations continue and it’s far from certain what the new world looks like in January, it might be worth knowing that any proceedings issued in England prior to the end of the year will be covered by the Brussels Regulation …

Brexit deal or no deal.

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Countdown to Brexit -23 days: Understanding Brexit

The loss of legal privileges and right of representation for UK based lawyers involved in cross-border EU matters and proceedings, unless they are also qualified as EEA lawyers This article is addressed to in-house counsels and clients of UK law firms who must now review their need for UK and EU legal advice if up …

Countdown to Brexit -23 days: Understanding Brexit

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Countdown to Brexit -23 days: Top tips to prepare

Even during the current global pandemic, it is difficult not to be reminded that the UK left the EU on 31 January 2020, and businesses are supposed to prepare for a “no deal Brexit” ahead of the end of the transition period.  This is now fast approaching: 11 pm (UK time) on 31 December 2020. …

Countdown to Brexit -23 days: Top tips to prepare

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New insolvency legislation to support UK economic recovery

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (“the Act”) introduces major new measures aimed at reinforcing the rescue culture during this period of economic uncertainty. These changes will provide crucial support to the country’s economic recovery and a significant and historic change to insolvency law in the UK These wide-ranging measures are not sectors specific.  …

New insolvency legislation to support UK economic recovery

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A limited breather for directors of UK companies

Click to download a PDF version of this article. Temporary Suspension of Wrongful Trading until 31 May 2020: a limited breather for directors of UK companies In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the UK Government announced on 28 March 2020 that it intends to amend insolvency law to suspend the offence of wrongful trading by …

A limited breather for directors of UK companies

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