We're delighted to share that Travers Smith will be hosting our inaugural Future of Fintech summit on 22 February 2023.
Mitigating a Data Breach: Insider Threats - Episode 2 - what are the regulatory, supply chain and employment law impacts?
Welcome to the second episode of our Mitigating a Data Breach: Insider Threats podcast series. In this series of 3 podcasts, members of the Travers Smith Cybersecurity team, Commercial, IP & Technology Partner James Longster, Employment Partner Adam Wyman and Dispute Resolution Senior Counsel Rachel Wilson, take a look at what happens in the aftermath of a data breach.
Key case on arbitration law and the separability principle.
Travers Smith LLP has advised Australian listed travel agency, Flight Centre, on its acquisition of Scott Dunn from Inflexion and other shareholders.
The Government issued a consultation in December 2022 about its proposed changes to the NPPF. These represent the first set of changes to the NPPF that the Government intends to make in order to reflect its levelling-up agenda, and will be followed by a wider review once it has implemented its proposals for wider changes to the planning system, including the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill.
In the recent case of Samuel and Helen Moore (t/a Moore Farms) v HMRC  UKFTT 411 (TC), the First-Tier Tribunal had to consider whether to permit a late appeal against an HMRC decision after a later court judgment in a different case strongly indicated that that HMRC decision had been incorrect.
A regular briefing for the alternative asset management industry.
Travers Smith LLP has advised the management team of Acuity Knowledge Partners, a market leading business intelligence and analytics provider, on the sale of a majority stake of Acuity Knowledge Partners to Permira, from Equistone Partners Europe.
Travers Smith LLP has appointed Lucie Cawood as Head of the firm's Private Equity & Financial Sponsors Group. She will be assisted in this role by Will Yates as deputy.