Browse our latest media coverage below.
Simon Green featured in Asian Legal Business' Managing Partner Roundtable
Asian Legal Business interviewed Simon Green in relation to our current strategy for the Hong Kong office.
Caroline Greenwell quoted by Food Navigator on how organisations can avoid the greenwashing trap
New reviews on misleading claims in early 2022 will pressure companies to provide concrete evidence of their sustainability credentials.
David Haines writes for Property Week on preparing for future pandemics
Since the onset of the pandemic, landlords and tenants have been grappling with how to deal with future pandemics in new leases.
William Marriott quoted by The Daily Telegraph on Land Registry delays
Property buyers flood the Land Registry with complaints after delays leave movers frustrated.
Helen Coward writes for Tax Journal on the draft legislation for the new residential property developer tax
The government published draft legislation for the new residential property developer tax on 20 September 2021.
Sophie Lockwood writes for Employment Law Journal on the challenges for employers when managing the return from furlough
With the CJRS ending on 30 September 2021, many employers are turning their minds to managing employees’ return from furlough.
David Savage quoted by Construction News on VAT refunds under the reverse charge system
HMRC is set to compensate some construction firms for delays to reverse-charge VAT scheme repayments.
Victoria Younghusband, Jessica Arrol Caws and Giulia Brunello write for The Bahamas Financial Services Board 's GATEWAY Magazine on the role of IFC's in the post-Brexit environment
Victoria and Jessica consider the changing role for IFCs following the approval of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.
Paula Boast, Glenn Bull, Anna Hackworth and Sarah Alaiwat write for CDR - Essential Intelligence: The Belt and Road Initiative
A useful reference for BI disputes in project finance, investment and construction.
Andrew Keeley quoted by Construction Law on the Government’s latest National Construction & Infrastructure Pipeline
The latest Construction & Infrastructure Pipeline details planned procurements and represents the highest level of investment ever.
Caroline Greenwell and Peter Carlyon write for New Law Journal on the issue of companies exaggerating their green credentials
The extent and impact of greenwashing by companies, the reputational damage where they’re caught out and potential regulatory action.