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Derivative action commenced in UK against Shell’s directors for mismanaging climate risk

Legal update on ClientEarth’s derivative claim against Shell’s directors, which underlines the risk of ESG-related litigation extending to boards
09 March 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon launches report on Net Zero and energy resilience challenges for industrial and logistics buildings

The firm launches a new report exploring how to ensure energy resilience for industrial and logistics buildings, amid spiralling energy prices and a commitment to meet Net Zero ambitions

09 March 2023

New regulatory regime for cryptoassets: proposals for a high-tech future

The UK government has published a consultation paper outlining its proposals to implement a new regulatory regime for cryptoassets
07 March 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon advises The Safeguarding Company on sale to Tes

Tes, a leading international provider of digital solutions to schools, has acquired The Safeguarding Company

07 March 2023

When might a Contracting Authority have discretion to evaluate a late bid submission

We analyse Inhealth Intelligence v NHS England [2023] which considered both whether NHS England was entitled to exclude Inhealth, and circumstances in which it could have allowed the bid to proceed
06 March 2023

Hydrogen Development Update

Patrick Robinson and Alex Minhinick review current market interest in hydrogen development and update on latest research, guidance and commentary on obtaining planning consents for green hydrogen and other projects
03 March 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon continues growth with five new partner appointments

Firm announces the appointment of five new partners, across teams including Real Estate, Planning, Dispute Resolution, Projects and Corporate

02 March 2023

Concerns over a will?

A loved one has died and you have concerns about the terms of their Will. What is your next step?
01 March 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon advises Octopus Renewables on refinancing of revolving credit facility

The firm has advised long-standing client ORIT on funding for construction, repayment of facilities, and future acquisitions

01 March 2023

Is there time to smell the roses with the four-day working week?

Kate Redshaw considers the outcome of the UK’s trial of the four day week and asks whether the need for increased time efficiency could come at a cost
28 February 2023

The not so artful dodger: art dealer ordered to draw maximum pension sums to pay creditors

The Court of Appeal in Bacci v Green orders a debtor to delegate authority to waive valuable tax protection and draw pension to satisfy a judgment debt
28 February 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted in two categories at HealthInvestor Awards 2023

The firm’s Healthcare team has been shortlisted for 'Legal Advisors of the Year – Public’ and ‘Legal Advisors of the Year – Private’

22 February 2023

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