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The commercial world is always changing and the legal landscape never stands still. Keeping pace with all those changes, and knowing how they affect your organisation, is a big responsibility and a challenging task. Ashurst Legal Outlook will keep you at the forefront of the most pressing legal issues, offering insights from legal experts across our international network.
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In the second part of our mini-series on regulatory enforcement, we explain how the PRA’s Early Account Scheme works, and the factors firms should consider when deciding whether or not to participate. Welcome to episode two in our mini-series exploring new approaches from financial services regulators in the UK. In this episode, we unpack details o…
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In the first of a new mini-series on regulatory enforcement, we tackle an issue that is prompting much debate in the UK financial services industry: the FCA’s proposal to begin publicly naming firms right at the outset of investigations. This episode marks the beginning of a new mini-series exploring new approaches from the Prudential Regulation Au…
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Insolvency adds an extra layer of complexity to disputes between construction companies and contractors. In this episode, we discuss how these may (or may not) be resolved through adjudication. When insolvency strikes, the path to resolving conflicts between construction companies and contractors can be much harder to navigate. Adjudication is ofte…
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Join us for the second episode of our series focusing on insolvency issues in the construction sector. Tom Duncan, partner in Ashurst's construction disputes team, leads a discussion on the challenges faced by downstream contractors and strategies for mitigating risks in today's turbulent market. In this episode, Tom Duncan is joined by Ben Patton,…
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In this episode, we discuss the legal risks and commercial difficulties for construction contractors who supply services to a company that enters insolvency. Geopolitical turmoil. Inflation. Brexit. A pandemic. Conditions were already complicated enough for contractors before the current spate of insolvencies among UK construction companies. In thi…
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In the last episode of this mini-series, the team discuss what the greatest enforcement threats have been across the globe over the past 12 months and what is likely to be the emerging areas of risk corporates must look out for in 2024. In this last installment in our Corporate Crime and Investigations Series, our international panel of experts, le…
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Ashurst colleagues Joe Perry-Courtade, Kim Clifford and Alison Hardy provide a snapshot of the trends that will shape the world of real estate disputes this year. In this episode, we take you on a whistle stop tour of the real estate dispute issues that are set to dominate headlines in 2024. In just 13 minutes, Ashurst’s Joe Perry-Courtade, Kim Cli…
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Demystifying the fast-emerging technologies that are changing the face of corporate crime investigations. It’s an exciting time to work in the field of corporate crime investigations and, more broadly, the disputes and contentious matters space. AI, machine learning, data analytics and other emerging technologies are turbo charging our ability to p…
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In the second episode of this mini-series, we tackle sanctions risk – including the robust systems and controls that firms require, recent enforcement actions, guidance from regulators, and unfolding geopolitical issues to watch out for. Hear an international expert panel share invaluable updates for compliance professionals and organisations seeki…
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With the UK set to introduce the most significant changes to corporate criminal liability laws for a generation, how can companies prepare? Fraud is a hot topic currently. New technologies and an economic downturn have triggered a huge uptick in these criminal offences worldwide. With new UK legislation in the pipeline to bolster efforts to prevent…
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Ashurst colleagues Anna Morfey, Tim West and Max Strasberg look back on a significant year in the world of anti-trust and collective actions, including issues stemming from certification, post-certification and case management. They also consider what’s in store for 2024. In 2023, a lot happened in a short space of time in the class actions landsca…
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This episode explores the developing legal frameworks in two emerging hydrogen markets, unveiling some of the issues and opportunities investors should watch out for. Ashurst’s Yann Alix is joined by Amyn Mussa from Anjarwalla & Khanna (ALN Kenya) and Madina Hamidova from Centil Law Firm. Together, they discuss the hydrogen markets in Kenya and Uzb…
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Ashurst colleagues Alison Murrin and Richard Vernon pinpoint the legal trends and issues to watch out for in the UK’s real estate sector in 2024. Landmark legislation. Regulatory reform. Energy efficiency policy. In this episode, we take you on a whistlestop tour of 2024 in just 20 minutes – picking out the issues that will dominate the headlines i…
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On Tuesday 5 December 2023, the UK's Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill will be read in the House of Lords for a second time. In this podcast episode, Ashurst’s expert panel recaps the key reforms in the Bill and the major issues that arose during the committee stage and the Commons debates. They also pinpoint where the House of Lords …
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Are you and your team prepared for the shifting dynamics of debt portfolio sales and trading? As the specialty finance team at Ashurst has observed, there's a growing interest in debt purchase as an asset class. Various factors, including challenging economic conditions, rising delinquencies, capital pressures due to inflation, and a maturing marke…
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In the third episode of this mini-series, we discuss how EU and UK regulators are seeking to strike a balance between competition law and sustainability agreements. As legislators and regulators increase their focus on sustainability agreements and competition law, this podcast episode assesses the UK and EU landscapes. To cover this evolving issue…
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This episode looks beyond the hyperbole to explain how litigation funding is (and isn’t) likely to be impacted by the recent PACCAR Supreme Court judgment. Tim West, Partner in Ashurst's Dispute Resolution practice is joined by Anna Morfey, a Partner in Ashurst's competition litigation team and Rosie Ioannou, Director – Legal Assets at Fortress Inv…
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Tim West and Jon Gale from Ashurst in London are joined Nick Mavrakis from Ashurst in Sydney, to discuss emerging trends and issues in Australia’s class action landscape. With its mature class action regime, Australia is often seen as a harbinger of what’s to come in the UK. So, in this episode of our class action mini-series, we’ve invited Nick Ma…
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In the aftermath of the UK Supreme Court’s PACCAR judgement, Ashurst’s Matt Pentecost and Anna Morfey explain what this means for litigation funding. In this, the first episode of our specialty finance mini-series, we shed light on litigation funding as an asset class and the challenges presented by the UK Supreme Court’s PACCAR judgement. Ashurst’…
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Ashurst’s Tim West and Jon Gale are joined by crisis communications expert Simon Pugh, to discuss the PR risks of classes actions. “Oh, I have lost my reputation! I have lost the immortal part of myself…” These words, uttered by the disgraced Cassio in Othello, illustrate that reputation is highly prized – and sorely missed when it is lost. This re…
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Ashurst’s Tim West, Tom Cummins and Martin Eimer discuss how companies can mitigate the risk of environmental, social and governance (ESG) class actions. As the scope, disclosure, and scrutiny of corporate ESG outputs continues to grow, the risk of class actions is growing too. In this episode, legal experts from the UK and Germany explore how ESG …
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We are delighted to welcome you to this EU and UK Horizontal Guidelines podcast episode. Ashurst's Fiona Garside, a senior expertise lawyer in Ashurst's Antitrust, Regulation and Foreign Investment team is joined by senior associate Laura Carter and associate Jessica Bracker. In this episode Fiona, Laura and Jessica discuss how the new EU and UK ho…
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In the first episode of this mini-series on class actions, Ashurst’s Tim West, Jon Gale, and Anna Morfey set the scene by highlighting emerging trends and legal developments. With class action risk rising up corporate agendas, we’re launching a new mini-series to explore the emerging risks and trends for business leaders to watch out for. We’ll spe…
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This is the first episode in our brand new miniseries on the new EU and UK horizontal guidelines. Senior Expertise Lawyer in Ashurst's Antitrust, Regulation and Foreign Investment team Fiona Garside is joined by Annick Vroninks, a partner in our Brussels office, and Michael Holzhäuser, a partner in our Frankfurt office. The first episode in our new…
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Rolling the dice This is the fifth episode in our second Women in Tech mini-series. In this mini-series, we share inspiring stories of women working at the intersection of innovation, law and technology. In this episode, Denae Erasmus, Senior Associate, is joined by Rebecca Cope, Partner, both from the Digital Economy team at Ashurst. In their disc…
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Post-employment restraints, also known as 'restraints of trade', are clauses often contained in an employment contract that seek to prevent former employees from engaging in a range of competitive activities for a period of time after their employment ends. This episode is part of Ashurst’s ongoing World@Work Global Employment series, which explore…
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One step at a time: The path that led me to tech This is the fourth podcast in our second Women in Tech mini-series. In this mini-series, we share inspiring stories of women working at the intersection of innovation, law and technology. In this episode, Ashurst Corporate and Digital Economy Associate, Jessica Leung is joined by Lucy Spencer, Lead C…
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Female lawyers on pursuing growth, trailblazers and celebrating the small wins This is the third episode in our second Women in Tech mini-series. In this mini-series, we share inspiring stories of women working at the intersection of innovation, law and technology. In this episode, Ashurst Digital Economy Counsel Dora Guslitser is joined by Maria M…
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Technology x Finance This is the second episode in our second Women in Tech mini-series. In this mini-series, we share inspiring stories of women working at the intersection of innovation, law and technology. In this episode, Ashurst Digital Economy Junior Associate Emily Jones is joined by Sarah Woodland, Managing Director, and Sophie Last, Vice P…
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In this podcast, the topic reviewed is Sanctions, Investigations and Enforcement. Tom Cummins, a partner in Ashurst's dispute resolution practice, is joined by colleagues Sophie Law, Olivier Dorgans and Alexander Dmitrenko. In this episode, Tom, Sophie, Olivier and Alexander discuss dealing with sanctions, how investigations start and sanctions enf…
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Technology x Health x Data: Empowering Women This is the first podcast in our second Women in Tech mini-series. In this mini-series, we share inspiring stories of women working at the intersection of innovation, law and technology. In this episode, Ashurst Digital Economy Partner Rhiannon Webster is joined by Sue Khan, Vice President of Privacy and…
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Ruby Hamid, partner and co-lead of Ashurst's Global Corporate Crime team is joined by Nathan Willmott, a partner in Ashurst's dispute resolution team and Liz Parkin, a senior associate in Ashurst's employment practice. Ruby, Nathan and Liz discuss and explore the global trends and developments in whistleblowing. The information provided is not inte…
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Neil Donovan, senior associate in Ashurst's global corporate crime team, is joined by Adam Jamieson, a partner in Ashurst's dispute resolution practice based in London and Matt Russell, a partner in Ashurst's Risk Advisory business, specialising in financial crime compliance. In this episode, Neil, Adam and Matt look forward and discuss how serious…
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Ruby Hamid, co-lead in Ashurst's global corporate crime team is joined by Richard Bulmore, a partner in Ashurst's restructuring and insolvency practice based in London, Alexander Dmitrenko, Ashurst's corporate crime and investigations lead in Asia, Sophie Law, an investigations and litigation expert based in London and Olivier Dorgans, a partner in…
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Nathan Willmott, co-lead in Ashurst's global investigations team is joined by Adam Jamieson, a partner in Ashurst's dispute resolution practice based in London, Julia Sutherland, a partner in Ashurst's employment practice based in Perth and Matt Worsfold, a Partner in Ashurst's Risk Advisory practice. In this episode Nathan, Adam, Julia and Matt di…
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Fiona Garside, a Senior Expertise Lawyer in Ashurst's Antitrust, Foreign Investment and Regulation team, is joined by partners Christophe Lemaire and Donald Slater. Subsidies granted by EU Member are already subject to EU State aid control, but there have been concerns about the impact of foreign subsidies on the internal market. Fiona, Christophe …
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Ruby Hamid, co-lead in Ashurst's global corporate crime team is joined by Tom Mercer, Duncan Liddell, Ruth Buchanan and Matt Russell, partners in Ashurst's corporate, competition, employment practices and Ashurst's Risk Advisory practice. In this episode, Ruby, Tom, Duncan, Ruth and Matt discuss the triggers they have seen in 2022 and how clients c…
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The 2022 World Health Organization's World Mental Health Report states that about one in eight people in the world live with a mental disorder, and globally an estimated 12 billion working days are lost every year to depression and anxiety at a cost of $1 trillion per year in lost productivity. These statistics present an overwhelming business case…
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In this episode of our World@Work mini-series, we compare recent legal reforms in Spain, the UK and Australia – all aimed at tackling the issue of workplace sexual harassment. Cristina Grande explains the Spanish crackdown, by criminalising certain workplace harassment and discrimination. As legal entities, employers can be held liable if certain i…
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Ruth Buchanan, employment eartner in Ashurst’s London office is joined by James Comber, a contentious regulatory partner in Hong Kong, Dr Andreas Mauroschat, partner and head of employment, IT, data protection and compliance practice in the Frankfurt office, Rhiannon Webster, head of Ashursts data protection practice in London and Karen Mitra, who …
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Fiona Garside, a Senior Expertise Lawyer in Ashurst's Antitrust, Foreign Investment and Regulation team, is joined by partners Esther Kelly and Rafael Baena and Gabriele Accardo, Counsel. The DMA was formally adopted by the European Parliament and Council in July 2022. Unlike traditional antitrust enforcement under EU law, the DMA contains forward …
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Fiona Garside, a Senior Expertise Lawyer in Ashurst's Antitrust, Foreign Investment and Regulation team, is joined by partners Esther Kelly and Neil Cuninghame. Regulatory review of deals has become increasingly complex in the last few years and that looks set to continue in 2023. The trio discuss the interaction between merger control review and f…
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Fiona Garside, a Senior Expertise Lawyer in Ashurst's Antitrust, Foreign Investment and Regulation team, is joined by Anna Morfey, Partner, and Senior Associate Max Strasberg. The trio discuss the significant increase in the number of class actions being filed in the UK, key developments from 2022 relating to certification of claims and what we are…
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Join Alison Hardy, Chloe Meredith and Kim Clifford as they look back on their 2022 predictions and what to expect in 2023. Alison Hardy, a partner leading Ashurst's real estate dispute team, is joined by senior associates Chloe Meredith, and Kim Clifford in the team to discuss a range of topics including covid rent arrears, tenant insolvency, dilap…
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We are delighted to welcome you to episode 6 of our Mobile Workforces podcast mini-series. Ruth Buchanan, Partner in Ashurst's Employment team and Liz Parkin, a Senior Associate who specialises in Employment and Business Immigration continue their conversation. Global businesses have been relying on the immigration and sponsorship system for a numb…
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We are delighted to welcome you to episode 5 of our Mobile Workforces podcast mini-series. Ruth Buchanan, Partner in Ashurst's Employment team and Liz Parkin, a Senior Associate who specialises in Employment and Business Immigration continue their conversation. Following the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union, visiting the UK for busines…
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Crowley Woodford, head of Ashurst's European employment practice is joined by Ruth Buchanan, an employment partner based in London, Andreas Mauroschat, an employment partner based in Frankfurt, Muriel Pariente, an employment partner based in Paris and Cristina Grande, Employment Counsel in Madrid. In this episode, Crowley, Ruth, Andreas, Muriel and…
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Join Alison Murrin and Richard Vernon to hear Richard give an overview of his predictions for 2023. Alison Murrin an Expertise Counsel in Ashurst's real estate team, and Richard Vernon, a Partner in Ashurst's real estate team discuss the biggest challenges facing real estate at the moment, the increasing regulation as we transition towards net zero…
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Ruth Buchanan, Partner in Ashurst's Employment team and Liz Parkin, a Senior Associate who specialises in. Employment and Business Immigration continue their conversation. In this episode Ruth and Liz talk through the termination of a worker due to immigration issues. The information provided is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all deve…
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Ruth Buchanan, Partner in Ashurst's Employment team and Liz Parkin, a Senior Associate who specialises in. Employment and Business Immigration continue their conversation. In this episode Ruth and Liz concentrate on right to work checks, the new approach to electronic statuses and how checks work in practice. The information provided is not intende…
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