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Seizing aircraft to enforce money judgments By Joseph McCormick, Partner, Rosenblatt Limited

Seizing Aircraft to Enforce Money Judgments There have been a number of high profile cases recently which serve to highlight the value of aircraft as a means of enforcing money judgments. Even if a private jet is heavily mortgaged the inconvenience of having it grounded or the loss of revenue to a company deriving income from an aircraft can be […]

Our Employment Department considers the High Court’s recent decision that deliveroo drivers are not workers and what this decision means for employers that allow their staff to appoint a substitute

Worker Status and Personal Performance in light of the High Court’s Recent Decision in IWUGB v Central Arbitration Committee and Roofoods Limited t/a Deliveroo (an interested party) [2018] On 5 December 2018 the High Court dealt a blow to gig economy workers who perform services with a significant right of substitution by rejecting the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain’s […]

Joseph McCormick joins Rosenblatt as Partner in Dispute Resolution

Leading City law firm, Rosenblatt Limited, today announces that Joseph McCormick has joined the firm as a Partner in its Dispute Resolution practice. Previously with international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, based in its London office, Joseph has significant experience handling complex commercial disputes.

Law Firm IPOs: Pricing on a Wing and a Prayer

Thetopic oflaw firmIPOs has attracted a lot of attention recently with the inevitably polarised perspectives that it represents a new golden age of law firm restructuring and capitalisation or the latest hot air, hyperbole …

India Shines on World Bank’s ‘Ease of Doing Business Index’

According to the World Bank’s “Doing Business 2019” report, India has climbed 23 spots from a year ago to rank 77 out of 190 countries on the ease of doing business index…

Nicola Foulston / CEO Rosenblatt speaking at the Ambition Nation Summit Oct 2018

What’s life like, in real terms, after a company goes public on AIM? Does business change significantly? And what are the biggest benefits in the short term? Download the finnCap Ambition Nation 2018 article 

Discrimination arising as a consequence of disability – case update: Sheikholeslami v The University of Edinburgh [2018]

On 5 October 2018, the Scottish Employment Appeal Tribunal (the “SEAT”) handed down its decision in Professor Roya Sheikholeslami v The University of Edinburgh [2018]. This decision…

Kavanaugh – #metoo – What businesses should learn

Dr Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony before the US Senate on 27 September 2018 saw her refer to some of the social pressures which she says stopped her from reporting

MediaMonks and WPP- an Opportune Time to Revisit Restrictive Covenants

On 4 and 5 July 2017 the City AM and other outlets have reported on WPP and Sir Martin Sorrell’s likely upcoming battle over confidentiality and competition. Having exited WPP, the advertising and…

CEO Nicola Foulston speaks to Lloyds Banking Group

Rosenblatt Limited CEO, Nicola Foulston, speaks to Lloyds Banking group, sharing a legal sector perspective on what is currently important to business as part of their Helping Britain Prosper campaign…