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11 March 2019

Growth programme for global FinTechs launched by international law firm

‘AG Elevate’, run by international law firm Addleshaw Goddard, is a fast-track, 10-month initiative that focuses on supporting ambitious FinTechs, providing legal advice and mentoring, as well as access to Addleshaw Goddard’s training programmes a...

8 March 2019

Addleshaw Goddard advises on significant PRS forward-funded sale

Addleshaw Goddard has advised developer Waterside Places Limited Partnership a joint venture between Muse Developments and the Canal & River Trust, on the £40m sale of a 108 private-home PRS development to Grainger Residential.

7 March 2019

Court of Appeal alleviates pressure on owners of vacant commercial properties with Business Rates ruling

In a judgment handed down today, 7 March 2019, the Court of Appeal unanimously dismissed claims by local authorities that they were eligible to recover arrears of business rates from the owners of largely empty commercial premises who had utilised...

4 March 2019

Prominent Corporate Crime and Regulatory Investigations lawyer joins Addleshaw Goddard

Criminal and regulatory lawyer, Alan Fox, has joined AG as a Legal Director in our renowned Corporate Crime and Regulatory Investigations team. The continued growth of the practice follows the 2018 hires in London, Scotland and Hong Kong.

28 February 2019

Suppliers must adapt now or risk losing out warns energy expert

An increasing number of established energy suppliers risk losing out if they don’t adapt to embrace a more customer-centric energy market, a leading energy expert has warned.


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