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19 September 2014
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
In this episode Nick reviews three cases dealing with various points of employment law. The first looks at whether an employer can defend a constructive dismissal claim by pointing out that the employee himself was in breach of contract. It also considers whether an employer is entitled to rely on explicit e-mails sent in breach of the company's e-mail policy on the company's email. The second case considers whether an individual can rely on British employment law where he worked 49% of his time in the UK. The final case decides whether an HR consultant had inadvertently agreed to contractual pay rise for a group of employees following a grievance.
News Releases
19 September 2014
Leading global law firm Mayer Brown has advised Nordic Mines on the restructuring of the project finance facilities provided by its lenders.
Media Coverage
18 September 2014
Energy Voice
London Corporate & Securities partner Robert Hamill is quoted in an article on the affect Scottish independence would have on the oil and gas sector.
News Releases
18 September 2014
Leading global law firm Mayer Brown has acted for BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, J.P. Morgan and Santander Global Banking & Markets as Joint Lead Managers in the EUR 825 million (equivalent) Norwegian auto loan securitisation issued by Bilkreditt 6 Limited.
Media Coverage
17 September 2014
Lawyer2B
Bylined article by London Corporate & Securities partner Robert Hamill on the legal implications of Scottish independence.
Media Coverage
16 September 2014
International Tax Review
London head of Tax Sandy Bhogal is quoted in an article on the 2014 deliverables of the OECD/G20 BEPS action plan.
Media Coverage
September 2014
Africa Business Review
Bylined article by London International Arbitration partner Kwadwo Sarkodie looking at commercial disputes in Africa and examining how arbitration can assist international investors.

A similar version of this article first appeared in African Business Review on 10 September 2014.
Media Coverage
12 September 2014
Mining Journal (subscription required)
London Mining group partner Rachel Speight is quoted in an article on investment opportunities in mines in the Middle East and Northeast Africa.
News Releases
12 September 2014
Leading global law firm Mayer Brown has advised Tristan Capital Partners, a London-based real estate investment management company, on the purchase of the Project Tree portfolio for circa £153 million through its European Property Investors Special Opportunities 3 fund (EPISO 3).
Media Coverage
11 September 2014
The Times (subscription required)
London Corporate & Securities partner Robert Hamill is quoted in an article on the implications of a ‘yes’ vote in the Scottish referendum.
Media Coverage
11 September 2014
Bloomberg
Robert Hamill, global co-head of the Energy group, is quoted in an article on the affect Scottish independence will have on the oil & gas sector.
Media Coverage
10 September 2014
Afican Business Review
London Construction & Engineering partner Kwadwo Sarkodie discusses how to settle a commercial dispute in Africa.
Legal Update
September 2014
Mayer Brown Legal Update

In our Equity Capital Markets Spotlight, we compare the eligibility requirements for companies seeking to list their equity securities on the UK, US and Hong Kong markets, together with the continuing obligations which apply once listed.

Media Coverage
5 September 2014
IPE
Bylined article by London LDR partner Rani Mina on the Argentinean default and the increase in emerging market debt.
Media Coverage
4 September 2014
Euromoney (subscription required)
London Banking & Finance partner Mayank Gupta is quoted in an article on the difficulties of investing in Saudi Arabia.
Media Coverage
1 September 2014
Mining Journal (subscription required)
Bylined article by London mining group partner Rachel Speight on the introduction of reporting requirements on UK-based extractives companies to disclose any payments made to governments in countries where they operate.
Media Coverage
1 September 2014
Lexis Nexis (subscription required)
Bylined article Alexandria Carr, a qualified barrister practising in London as Of Counsel with the Financial Services, discussing the new temporary product intervention rules for contingent convertible instruments.
Media Coverage
1 September 2014
Building
Bylined article by London Construction & Engineering partner Kwadwo Sarkodie discussing developments and opportunities in the Brazilian infrastructure market.

A similar version of this article first appeared in Building Magazine on 1 September 2014.
Media Coverage
28 August 2014
Wall Street Journal (subscription required)
London Corporate & Securities partner Kate Ball-Dodd is quoted in an article on the acceleration of tech sector M&A deals.
News Releases
27 August 2014
Leading global law firm Mayer Brown has advised Bank of America Merrill Lynch as arranger on a €410 million commercial mortgage-backed security (CMBS) secured by the Couer Defense office complex in Paris, currently valued at €1.29 billion.
Legal Update
August 2014
Mayer Brown Legal Update
In this very recent case, the High Court has decided that the employer was entitled to enforce the contract against a departing employee, even though the employer had deliberately stopped paying salary to the individual.
News Releases
22 August 2014
Leading global law firm Mayer Brown has advised Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) as senior lender on a €100m senior facility agreement to Invista European Real Estate Trust, a European commercial property trust.
Media Coverage
22 August 2014
Reuters
London Mining group partner Rachel Speight is quoted in an article on the introduction of reporting requirements on UK-based extractives companies to disclose any payments made to governments in countries where they operate.
Audio
22 August 2014
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick looks at three cases, two of which deal with reasonable adjustments and disability discrimination, and the third considers whether an employer can prevent an employee from resigning in breach of contract but then not pay any salary to the employee.
Audio
22 August 2014
UK Pensions Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Richard Goldstein talks about the Government’s response to its “Freedom and Choice in Pensions” consultation on the new changes to the way that members can access their DC benefits from April 2015, and the recently published draft Taxation of Pensions Bill.

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