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China Daily Article “Investors from China gamble on London’s real estate” featuring Sherrards

17th February 2017

Sherrards contribute to property and real estate article produced by China Daily which suggests that the Chinese have overtaken the Americans in terms of foreign investment into London’s Commercial property scene. View China Daily article, featuring Sherrards’ Laurel Zhang   Share

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China Daily Article  “Investors from China gamble on London’s real estate” featuring Sherrards

Are we moving into a cognitive era for professional firms?

7th February 2017

Artificial intelligence technologies such as IBM Watson are a paradigm shift for professional firms according to speaker Mike Platt who presented at the Alliott group North America Leadership Meeting in Miami. Keynote speaker Mike Platt of INSIDE Public Accounting shared his views on trends in the professional services sector. The future is …

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Are we moving into a cognitive era for professional firms?

“Won’t you stay another day?” : Supreme Court hands MPs vote to start Brexit process  

2nd February 2017

R (MILLER) V SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EXITING THE EUROPEAN UNION Gordon Nardell QC andTom Leary examine the Supreme Court’s judgment in Miller [2017] UKSC 5 and ask where it leaves the Crown’s prerogative power to conduct foreign affairs Forget the experts.With William Hill offering odds of 5/2 (a 28% …

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“Won’t you stay another day?” : Supreme Court hands MPs vote to start Brexit process   

Panel Session – Washington DC: “The Benefits of International Alliances and Networks – exploring the good, the bad and the ugly”

1st February 2017

This article reflects the highlights of a panel session run by the IBA Law Firm Management Committee’s Business Development Working Group, at the IBA Annual Conference in Washington DC, exploring the benefits of international alliances and networks, looking at the good, the bad and the ugly. The panel consisted of …

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Panel Session – Washington DC: “The Benefits of International Alliances and Networks – exploring the good, the bad and the ugly”

Global Round Table Highlights Uncertainty in M&A Environment but Provides Reasons to be Optimistic

28th November 2016

A recent international round table discussion focused on mergers and acquisitions involved members of Alliott Group’s Corporate Finance / M&A Group and explored reasons for the decline in overall deal volume in 2016, trends in the market and the impact of reforms and regulations implemented at national and international levels.  …

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Global Round Table Highlights Uncertainty in M&A Environment but Provides Reasons to be Optimistic

Head of Sherrards’ China Desk shares platforms with Berkeley Homes across China

21st November 2016

Sherrards’ Head of China Desk, Laurel Zhang, has recently completed a whirlwind tour of China, alongside leading British homebuilder Berkeley Homes, and one of the foremost UK/Chinese estate agencies, City Wharf, speaking at various symposia on what is required to enter the British property market, and what is attractive about …

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Head of Sherrards’ China Desk shares platforms with Berkeley Homes across China

Disrupt or Be Disrupted

17th November 2016

Geraldine Fabre, Partner and Head of French Group at Sherrards, considers how start-ups have become regulatory reformers in the disruption economy. Since the last global financial crisis, start-ups which solely focus on sharing services have been on the rise. The ever-growing use of smartphones means that people are now able …

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Disrupt or Be Disrupted
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“I think I’d better leave right now”: Brexit and the prerogative power 

14th November 2016

R (MILLER) V SECRETARY OF STATE FOR EXITING THE EUROPEAN UNION In this briefing, Tom Leary considers the Divisional Court’s recent Brexit judgment on the government’s power to give notice under Article 50 of the TEU for the United Kingdom to cease membership of the EU The prerogative powers The …

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“I think I’d better leave right now”: Brexit and the prerogative power 
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