Shoosmiths property litigation team win 'right to occupy' case at Court of Appeal
Shoosmiths helps Derwent Housing Association ('Derwent') to achieve success at Court of Appeal concerning a remaining spouse's right to occupy where the departing spouse has terminated the tenancy and vacated the home.
Successful appeal against General Dental Council strike off
Shoosmiths won a Court of Session (Scottish High Court) appeal against the General Dental Council's (GDC) decision to strike a dentist off the dental register.
Shoosmiths work with client Volkswagen Group (VWG) to help deliver new legal strategy
How Shoosmiths worked collaboratively with client Volkswagen Group (VWG) to help deliver its new legal strategy and streamline its working relationships with external lawyers...
Shoosmiths helps Stagecoach South Western Trains in a £210m train deal
How Shoosmiths worked as part of a trio of law firms to structure a groundbreaking £210million deal in the rail sector...
Shoosmiths advises Hitachi Rail Europe on transformational deal
How Shoosmiths advised HRE on a transformational deal to provide the next generation of high-speed, low-carbon trains for Britain.
Shoosmiths secures acquittal for client charged with health and safety offence
Phil Ryan and Andrew Tatlock acted for Mr Steven Weaver who was charged with failing to take reasonable care at work contrary to section 7 of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 - a charge that carries the prospect of a custodial sentence.
Shoosmiths works with the Working Well Together Group on mock PACE interview and cross examination seminar
Shoosmiths' Regulatory team joined forces with the Working Well Together Group (WWT) in the East Midlands to showcase how a health and safety prosecution is brought to trial, from the initial PACE interview to facing cross examination in a criminal court.
Shoosmiths secures result for Midlands scaffolding firm faced with a health and safety prosecution
Shoosmiths has acted for a privately-owned scaffolding and rigging firm charged with an offence under the Work at Height Regulations 2005.
Shoosmiths helps launch state of the art car dealer complex
Shoosmiths recently advised Toyota Financial Services (UK) PLC in a term loan and staged payment lend to a flagship Toyota/Lexus dealer for it to purchase land and then construct a new, state of the art dealer complex worth in excess of £2,000,000.
Court of Appeal victory for Kerdene Limited and Shoosmiths
Shoosmiths has helped holiday park owners Kerdene Limited enforce positive covenants against successors in title to the original purchasers of bungalows.
Benson Box Holdings Limited looks to Shoosmiths for key corporate support
Shoosmiths' corporate team acted on the sale of Benson Box Holdings Limited - a transaction that was voted 'Deal of the Year' at Insider's Midlands Dealmakers Awards, 2012.
Shoosmiths' High Court success for Konica Minolta
Shoosmiths has helped Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd overcome a potential obstacle, after the High Court decided the proposed rectification of its pension scheme would not contravene statutory preservation requirements.
Shoosmiths ensures Ageas's success in £116m deal
Shoosmiths has advised Ageas (UK) Limited on its £116m acquisition of Groupama Insurance Company Limited (GICL), securing the insurance giant's position as Britain's fifth largest non-life insurer in the process.
Experian - Life in a Box
Shoosmiths advised leading credit reference agency Experian concerning an experiment it conducted into online security ahead of National Identity Fraud Week.
Shoosmiths planning team helps client complete project in time for London 2012
We advised BWML in relation to their proposals to carry out development at Limehouse Marina in London. This included provision for additional moorings on the site.
Electrolux cleans up using Shoosmiths to recoup ill gotten gains from fraudsters
Acting for Electrolux plc in relation to a claim against multiple Defendants for conspiracy to defraud and civil bribery.
Shoosmiths finds solution two taxing situation
The Shoosmiths tax team was instructed by a corporate client with two very distinctive businesses - one held in a holding company and the other in a subsidiary. The client also had two very different workforces working for each business.