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Fladgate advises on the acquisition of Fulham Town Hall

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Fladgate LLP has advised FTH Investments Limited, a Ziser London corporate vehicle, in connection with the acquisition of the 51,350 square foot Grade II listed Fulham town hall for an undisclosed sum and in connection with the related acquisition finance facility from OakNorth Bank.  The acquisition vehicle is controlled by Ziser London, a private family […]


Eradicating modern slavery through increased transparency in supply chains

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The Home Office recently published the Second Interim Report from the independent review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Corporate partner Tim Wright discusses the impact and recommendations of the transparency statements.


Is this the end of Opco/Propco structures in the hotel industry?

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Opco/Propco structures have long been popular in the hotel sector. IHG, Accor and Hilton are just a few of the big names who have split Propcos from Opcos. Many smaller groups have also found it to be an attractive model. There are, of course, commercial reasons why many hotel owners have put these structures in […]


Insta-infringement

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Famous fashion model Gigi Hadid is being sued in the USA for copyright infringement, and not for the first time. Hadid is widely considered to be one of the most well-known models in the world, and has appeared in all of the major fashion publications over the last year. However, Hadid has found herself in […]


Fladgate acts for Pyser Optics Limited on £3.4m sale to Scientific Digital Imaging Plc

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Fladgate was delighted to act for Pyser Optics Limited, a portfolio company of Privet Capital, in relation to the sale of their Graticules division to AIM quoted group, Scientific Digital Imaging Plc. Graticules Optics is a designer and manufacturer of precision reticle, aperture, grating and micropattern products on glass, ceramics, film and in metal foils […]


The fifth EU freedom–the free flow of non-personal data

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Many countries around the world have data localisation laws and regulations which restrict how and where data can be stored and transferred. Russia and China are well known examples but other such countries include Brazil, India, Australia, Korea, and Nigeria. Sometimes these laws and regulations are in the form of blanket bans; other times they […]


Brexit – “No deal”, no bread, no drugs, no treat-ies

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Much of the law regulating family arrangements, Children Orders, Financial Orders, and indeed Divorces themselves are contained within EU law. If that ceases to apply it is important to consider, that urgent steps may need to be taken, or at least considered prior to the exit day.


Vorsicht, Falle

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Fladgate Partner Alexander Wildschütz rät zu erhöhter Wachsamkeit in E-Kommerz.


Reduced tax burden for UK investment into Israel?

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On 17 January 2019 the UK and Israel signed a new protocol to the UK/Israel Double Tax Treaty (Protocol) which provides for a reduction of Israeli tax on dividends and interest, and no Israeli tax on royalties.


Fladgate acts for Dev Clever Holdings plc on its fundraise and admission to the Main Market

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Leading UK law firm Fladgate has acted for Dev Clever Holdings plc on its listing on the Standard segment of the Official List and its admission to trading on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange. The Company raised approximately £1m by way of equity placing and subscription and converted approximately £200,000 of debt […]


Government outlines no deal arrangement for EU citizens

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Today (28 January 2018) the Home Secretary Sajid Javid finally set out provisions for EU citizens arriving in the UK after 29 March 2019 in the event of a no deal Brexit.


Don’t Be Late! Court finds a genuine mistake is no justification

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In a timeous reminder of the importance of adhering to court deadlines, in BMCE Bank International Plc v Phoenix Commodities PVT Ltd & Anor[1] the court refused an application for relief from sanctions where a costs budget was served late a consequence of which the defaulting party was to be limited to only recovering court […]