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Uncertain; unforeseen; unprecedented; unexpected: 2020 has been the most turbulent of years, politically, socially and medically.
International law firm Bird & Bird today strengthens its Real Estate practice with the appointment of Peter Nicholson as partner in London.
International law firm Bird & Bird today strengthens its hotel, hospitality and leisure offering with the appointment of Karen Friebe as a Real Estate partner in London.
International law firm Bird & Bird advises Gulf Islamic Investments on the approximately £140 million acquisition of one of the most prominent office and retail buildings in central Birmingham, Priory Court and The ...
The Government has announced plans to introduce further temporary measures this time designed to protect commercial tenants from landlords attempting to collect unpaid rent through the use of statutory demands and ...
Despite the challenges posed by Brexit and COVID-19, there has been an increase in interest in the urban warehousing market in response to an increased demand for storage space. This presents major opportunities for the ...
Bird & Bird’s team in London recently advised the Dedica Group, a luxury hotel group owned by Värde Partners, a leading global alternative investment firm, in connection with its exit from various international ...
Case report: Persimmon Homes v Ove Arup, Court of Appeal 2017. A dispute over asbestos in a Welsh development project.
With the economic backdrop dominated by COVID-19, rather than Brexit, and a Chancellor only weeks into the job, Rishi Sunak had a challenging Budget to deliver. After the announcement of a £30bn package of emergency ...
International law firm Bird & Bird has advised Capital Stage AG, the German wind and solar operator, on their £4.7 million acquisition of a UK-based solar park from Chinese firm SPI Energy Co. Ltd.