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Autumn 2017
Hos­pit­al­ity Mat­ters - Au­tumn/Winter 2017
Cur­rent top­ics in the hotel in­dustry
12 Dec 17
Spot­light Series: Fin­an­cing in CEE: cur­rent trends...
20/10/2017
On Wed­nes­day 18th Oc­to­ber, CMS in col­lab­or­a­tion with Thommessen and...
20/10/2017
Treas­ury com­mit­tee in­quiry in­to the UK's eco­nom­ic re­la­tion­ship with...
The House of Com­mons’ Treas­ury Se­lect Com­mit­tee today launched an in­quiry in­to the UK’s eco­nom­ic re­la­tion­ship with the EU. Writ­ten evid­ence is in­vited. The in­quiry will con­sider, among oth­er things, trans­ition­al ar­range­ments, pre­pared­ness for 'no deal', and.
13 October 2017
CMS ad­vises Autol­us Ltd on $80m series C fin­an­cing
12 Dec 17
In­sight Sem­inars for Scot­land
Spot­light Series
20/10/2017
Ar­bit­rat­ors us­ing ‘free-style’ ex­ped­ited pro­ced­ures
While the cur­rent trend amongst ar­bit­ral in­sti­tu­tions is to in­tro­duce fast-track rules for smal­ler cases to speed up the pro­cess and re­duce costs, the latest stats from the LCIA re­veal this is hap­pen­ing des­pite their lack of any ex­ped­ited rules.
9 October 2017
CMS An­nu­al Re­view of De­vel­op­ments in Eng­lish Oil and...
12 Dec 17
Spot­light Series: Talk­ing shop: re­tail lo­gist­ics (Glas­gow)
20/10/2017
CJC re­port re­com­mends more use of com­puls­ory me­di­ation
The Civil Justice Coun­cil Work­ing Group on ADR has de­cided against re­com­mend­ing com­puls­ory me­di­ation as a pre-con­di­tion of bring­ing or pro­gress­ing all civil lit­ig­a­tion. In­stead, it pro­poses a more se­lect­ive in­tro­duc­tion of com­pul­sion.
05/10/2017
CMS wins at FT In­nov­at­ive Law­yer Awards 2017 rank­ing...
08 Dec 17
Spot­light Series: An­nu­al Tech­no­logy, Me­dia and Tele­com­mu­nic­a­tions...
20/10/2017
New rights to con­vert light in­dus­tri­al build­ings to res­id­en­tial
Cre­at­ing more hous­ing re­mains Gov­ern­ment’s top pri­or­ity. To en­cour­age this from 1 Oc­to­ber 2017, a new per­mit­ted de­vel­op­ment right al­lows con­ver­sion of light in­dus­tri­al (class B1(c)) to res­id­en­tial (class C3) without plan­ning per­mis­sion.
5 October 2017
De­liv­er­ing ex­pert ad­vice on autotech