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Burges Salmon has advised its long-standing client Mobeus Equity Partners LLP on the combined debt and equity package that it has provided to support the £25m buyout of Ward Thomas Group, a brand-led specialist logistics, storage and removals business.
Planning experts from Burges Salmon have advised DONG Energy, a partner in the Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm, on the Development Consent Order received on 10 December from the Department for Energy and Climate Change for the 1,200MW Hornsea Project One.
Burges Salmon is continuing the expansion of its Pensions team with four new appointments. Crispin Freeman, Charlotte Osmond, Amy Davies and Stacey Yon have joined the practice, following the sustained growth across the firm’s pension client base.
This briefing discusses the recent proposal from the Department for Business and Innovation (BIS) which they have published regarding the exemptions to the planned prohibition on corporate directors.
REACH regulators are being encouraged to move from ‘soft’ regulation, such as advice and guidance, towards fines and criminal penalties, according to the Head of European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) Forum.
The Sentencing Council’s consultation on ‘Health and safety offences, corporate manslaughter and food safety and hygiene offences guidelines’ will seek to address the lack of specific guidance in these sectors currently available to the Courts.
The latest issue of Burges Salmon's IP and technology bulletin looks at blocking injunctions for trade mark owners, the final instalment of the litigation between Specsavers and Asda and more.
In the Autumn edition of In Focus, our quarterly employment law update, we look at shared parental leave, workplace email policy and government guidance on BYOD.
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