Europe

There is Life After Death For Companies!

If somebody dies unexpectedly, it’s not only a terrible loss for the grieving family and friends, but can also be a tragedy for the company of which the deceased was a member. At such times, the company can find itself unable to make decisions, even if the deceased only held a small share in the business. However, solutions do exist to enable the testator not only to make provisions for family members in the event of his or her death, but also to make sure that the company can continue to make decisions.

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Fladgate strengthens Tax team with new Partner appointment, Helen Cox

Fladgate is delighted to announce the appointment of Tax Partner Helen Cox, who joins from Mishcon de Reya.

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Kommersant has listed Maxima Legal amongst the leaders in the Russian legal market

Publishing house Kommersant has included Maxima Legal in its annual ratings for Leaders in Legal Services for 2018 in its sector and individual nominations.

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Architects need to manage and mitigate their risk regarding use of reasonable skill, care and diligence when certifying architectural works.

The Building Control (Amendment) Regulations (BCAR) require four certificates at different stages of the construction process verifying various undertakings by the certifier to use reasonable skill, care and diligence.

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Legal 500 EMEA 2019 Recognition

Commercial, Corporate and M&A

The team at Holmes O’Malley Sexton is particularly active in the M&A area. Highlights included practice head George Kennedy, who is based in Dublin, advising Silverbay Investment Holdings on the purchase of National Flight Centre, an Irish company specialising in training pilots, and assisting the O’Shea Family Partnership with its investment in 50% of the equity of property developer the O’Malley Group. Limerick-based associate Shane Costello is also noted.

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Swings and Roundabouts – The Number of Taxes Decreases Further in Hungary

60, 59, 58, 55… this is how the number of taxes has changed in Hungary over the past 4 years. The trend is certainly encouraging, but behind the figures there are some more complex phenomena at play.

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The Legal 500 EMEA 2019: Lidings Recommended Top Legal Advisor in Russia

A new ranking for the world’s best law firms and individual lawyers annually provided by The Legal 500 EMEA once again confirms Lidings position as one of the strongest legal advisors in corporate and M&A and dispute resolution in Russia.

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Cleaver Fulton Rankin assists Lakeland Dairies in its merger with LacPatrick Dairies

Cleaver Fulton Rankin played an integral role in today’s merger between two major dairy processing co-operatives that operate on the island of Ireland – Lakeland Dairies and LacPatrick Dairies.

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Chambers Europe 2019 Recognition

We are proud to be recognised as European leaders in Dispute Resolution, Insurance Dispute Resolution and Corporate/M&A by Chambers Europe 2019 which has just been published.

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Tate Modern: A story of legal nuisance, glass walls and net curtains

It is established law that a claim can be brought by one landowner against his neighbour in “nuisance”. Such a claim can arise in the event that the neighbour is doing something on his land which is causing a problem to the first landowner.

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