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Large sporting events need funding, and an efficient and commercial way to secure this is through sponsors, advises Ben Moorhead of Hewitsons.
12 March 2019Read in full
Hewitsons has further strengthened two of its distinguished specialist teams in Cambridge with new appointments, as the law firm continues to invest heavily in legal talent.
8 March 2019Read in full
Hewitsons recently acted for the owners of United Open MRI Limited (United Open) on the sale of the shares in the company to InHealth Limited, the UK’s largest specialist provider of diagnostic solutions to the NHS and independent sector.
19 February 2019Read in full
By virtue of The European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, from 29 March 2019 the UK will enter a new legal world; a world in which English law will be a mix of the before and the after – those parts of European Law that are retained and a newly created body of law to fill many of the gaps that are left.
15 February 2019Read in full
In a move that emphasises its credentials as a leading specialist litigation practice, law firm Hewitsons has established ‘The Hewitsons College of Dispute Resolution and Litigation Lawyers’.
14 February 2019Read in full
Elephants are hard to define, but (in a phrase often cited by lawyers) you know one when you see one. So it is with employment status, which is, ultimately, determined by an Employment Judge’s reading of the tea leaves. Edward Wheen of Hewitsons discusses the case.
31 January 2019Read in full
As we approach the expiry of the two year notice period for the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, we are learning a lot about decision making under the UK constitution with the present ‘tug of war’ between the Executive and the Legislature; but what of EU decision making on Brexit? Dominic Hopkins of Hewitsons comments on the issues.
30 January 2019Read in full
While the populace of the UK can be heard loudly voicing its frustration at the drama playing out in Westminster, ‘Frustration’ of a very different sort – of a legal character - is being examined in the calm and order of a London court room of the High Court, says Dominic Hopkins of Hewitsons.
16 January 2019Read in full