Mishcon de Reya’s Corporate department advised Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc, a subsidiary of Sompo Holdings, on the sale of its specialist UK insurance subsidiary Sompo Canopius to private equity firm Centerbridge Partners for $952 million.
Last week, Britain’s Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced an investigation into the impact of international students on the UK.
Analysts expect Chinese investors to continue to buy into the United Kingdom, despite uncertainties surrounding Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
Mishcon de Reya’s Asia desk welcomed in the Year of the Rooster in style with a Chinese New Year Party for the firm’s clients, friends and contacts. Guests enjoyed lychee martinis and dined on beef yum bun, spiced duck with bok choi and wasabi cured salmon at the inaugural party, hosted at Mishcon’s Africa House
This article was contributed by Mishcon de Reya head of private James Libson who represented Gina Miller on the landmark Article 50 legal challenge in the highest UK courts The Article 50 case was unique in many senses. First, it was a once in a generation constitutional case that any lawyer would feel privileged to
Today, 8 of 11 Supreme Court Judges at the Supreme Court upheld the decision of the High Court on Thursday 3 November that the Secretary of State does not have the power under the prerogative to give notice pursuant to Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.
Emily Nicholson and Katy Colton, lawyers at Mishcon de Reya who represent Gina Miller in her case against the government regarding the triggering of Article 50, explain why the court’s decision is a triumph of democracy over politics.
In a September 2016 ruling, the General Court of the EU ruled against Danish pharmaceutical company, Lundbeck, in its appeal to overturn antitrust fines imposed by the European Commission.
Alongside the question of diversity, Greg Campbell also delves into the thorny issues of bonuses and workplace culture.
On 14 September 2016, the European Commission presented major proposals to reform EU copyright law, the latest instalment in its wide-ranging Digital Single Market programme of announcements.
Kevin Gold is no ordinary corporate finance lawyer. Though his professional blurb lists traditional responsibilities around M&A, joint ventures, tax, and commercial negotiations, a much wider view of his role as Managing Partner for one of London’s most prestigious law firms would feature titles like executive leader, educator, innovator, and progressive cultural champion.
Today sees the publication of ‘London and the World, a magazine celebrating the unique position of London in a global marketplace, published in partnership with the Financial Times.