Browse our latest media coverage below.
Legal Week, Legal Business, eprivateclient and International Adviser report on the hire of Madalina-Andreea Dumitrescu as a Disputes Partner in London
Madalina-Andreea Dumitrescu has joined the firm as a commercial dispute resolution Partner in London.
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.
Global Restructuring Review feature the firm’s involvement advising the joint liquidators of LB GP No 1 Limited in the Lehman Brothers’ sub-debt appeal
The Lehman Brothers’ sub-debt appeal continues with guarantor question.
Thomas Catto and Sam Saunders write for The MENA Business Law Review on recent developments in dispute resolution in Bahrain
Thomas and Sam consider the latest changes in the Courts in Bahrain.
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.
Patrick Gearon, Georgina Munnik, Sam Saunders and Simone Sancandi produce the Chambers Global Practice Guide on the enforcement of judgments in Bahrain
Hugh Gunson quoted by the Daily Express on IR35 tax fines following the news that HMRC was forced to issue tax penalties to several Government departments
HMRC was forced to issue several Government departments with tax penalties in recent months as IR35 failings were unearthed.
Patrick Gearon and Haleema Wahid write for The Oath on the rise of litigation
Patrick and Haleema consider some of the litigation funding options available in the UAE, with a particular emphasis on third-party funding.
Gareth Mills writes for Lexology Getting The Deal Through on technology disputes in Bahrain
The most common disputes occur following perceived or actual failures to deliver required technology services an lack of clarity.
Gabrielle Shovlin writes for the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on when witness evidence waives privilege
Be careful what you reference: when witness evidence waives privilege.
Hugh Gunson quoted by Accountancy Age on why HMRC needs to rebuild taxpayers' trust after its Loan Charge failings
"HMRC needs to listen to the criticisms made in relation to its handling of the loan charge and reflect on them to achieve real change."