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13 Sep 2017

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Stephenson Harwood associate Alice Vink receives 'Top 35 under 35' acco..

Stephenson Harwood associate Alice Vink, a member of the firm's private wealth practice, has been named one of eprivateclient's 'Top 35 Under 35', for the second year runn..
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11 Sep 2017

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Stephenson Harwood advises on reorganisation of S E A Holdings Limited ..

Law firm Stephenson Harwood has advised S E A Holdings Limited (SEA), Asian Growth Properties Limited (AGP) and Nan Luen International Limited (NLI), on their reorganisati..
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04 Sep 2017

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Stephenson Harwood establishes a dedicated investment funds practice in..

Law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP has strengthened its international funds capabilities with the appointment of partner Tiana Rambatomanga, who will launch a dedicated inves..
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31 Aug 2017

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Stephenson Harwood advises on the sale of Equinox to Nexus

Law firm Stephenson Harwood LLP has advised the shareholders of Equinox Global Ltd, including Beazley Investments Limited, on the sale of the company to Nexus Group, an in..
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18 Apr 2017

Employment podcasts

This series of employment law podcasts will provide an overview of recent cases and trends relevant for employers and HR practitioners.
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19 Sep 2017

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GDPR and pension schemes: What trustees need to do

Download our eight point data protection check for trustees.
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15 Sep 2017

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Setting up a P2P lending platform - What do you need to do?

Previously we have examined the potential HK regulatory pitfalls in equity crowd funding. We now examine the issues that may arise in loan crowdfunding, which is commonly ..
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07 Sep 2017

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Arbitration costs compared: 2017 Edition

Speed and economy are often said to be key attractions of arbitration. While that remains largely true, the cost of arbitration proceedings in high-value and complex cases..
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07 Sep 2017

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Employer monitoring of private messages may be a breach of human rights

In a decision handed down on 5 September, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights has held that, in monitoring an employee's personal e-mails, his employer..
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