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29 Sep 2016

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Stephenson Harwood advises easyHotel on £38 million share placing

Law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP has advised easyHotel plc on its secondary fundraising, securing £38 million to fund expansion across the UK and Europe.
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19 Sep 2016

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Stephenson Harwood announces 2016 qualifying trainee retention rate

Law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP has announced that it will retain 77% of its trainees who qualified in September 2016. Seven of the nine qualifying trainees were offered a..
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05 Sep 2016

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Airfinance Journal ranks Guy Espitalier-Noel as a rising star in aviati..

Guy Espitalier-Noel, a senior associate in Stephenson Harwood's aviation finance practice, has been recognised as a rising star by leading industry publication, Airfinance..
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31 Aug 2016

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Stephenson Harwood advises on landmark stored value license in Hong Kon..

Stephenson Harwood has advised TNG on its successful application to the Hong Kong Monetary Authority for a licence to provide stored value facilities (SVF).
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LATEST INSIGHTS

28 Sep 2016

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Enforcing judgments after Brexit

What effect will the recent Brexit vote in the UK have on the ability of parties to enforce their English court judgments or arbitral awards in the EU?
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27 Sep 2016

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Data Protection update - September 2016

Coverage this month includes: the European Commission report on the E-Privacy Direct consultation, model clauses released by the Singapore regulator, and changes to WhatsA..
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26 Sep 2016

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Joint Myanmar bulletin from Inle Advisory, Kroll and Stephenson Harwood

In a joint briefing with Washington-based sanctions experts, Inle Advisory and Kroll, our leading Myanmar practice assesses the impact of the future lifting of US sanction..
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20 Sep 2016

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Hong Kong court affirms implied anti-avoidance term in contracts

The Court of Appeal has recently affirmed a decision of the High Court that it is possible to imply an anti-avoidance term in an employment contract.
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