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Was British business destined to depart the EU?

Was British business destined to depart the EU?

Nov 17

While corporate UK was intensely opposed to parting the European Union, their strategies tell a marginally different story. In a nutshell, UK firms follow the general European style in diversification. Their method to internationalisation is very different. In contrast to their European counterparts, they look for markets mainly outside of

EU Companies’ idea to scale back orders from UK suppliers

Nov 08

The majority of EU Companies plan to draw back orders from UK suppliers because of the sluggish progress of Brexit talks, an analysis of company managers showed on Monday. 63% of non-British European companies assume to move some of their supply chain out of Britain, up from 44% in May,

Member of Chambers recognised in Legal 500 2017 Edition

Oct 16

Cerulean Chambers is delighted to announce that Juliette Levy has been listed in the Legal 500 2017 edition. Juliette is a chancery commercial practitioner and has a particular expertise in telecommunications law and regulation. Called in 1992 she is recognised as a leading junior barrister in the commercial and telecommunications

Dead man’s phone used an an official will

Oct 12

A man aged 55, created a text message addressed to his brother, in which he gave “all that I have” to his brother and nephew. The message was discovered in the drafts folder on the man’s mobile after he took his own life last year. Brisbane Supreme Court ruled that