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Corporate manslaughter

This was a sad case where an employee who was asked to work in a part of a factory where he did not usually work was killed by a piece of equipment that he was not familiar with. He was doing a job that he had not been trained to do.


Our corporate lawyers work with a vast range of businesses from start-ups and SMEs through to large family run businesses and multinational corporations.

Corporate Reporting and ESG

All companies must adhere to various reporting requirements under Part 15 of the Companies Act 2006 (the Act). Freya Summers, Partner in our Corporate team discusses corporate reporting and ESG.

Corporate governance and directors’ duties

In recent months corporate governance has become somewhat of a buzzword. The government has placed great emphasis on how corporate bodies are run from the way in which top employees are incentivised to the make-up of boards in terms of race, sex and gender.

Corporate manslaughter - safety in the workplace

Accidents do happen even in the biggest and best run companies and the consequences when they do can be both dramatic and devastating.

Corporate Insolvency & Governance Bill 2020

Podcast from Caroline Benfield and Elizabeth Taylor on the Corporate Insolvency & Governance Bill 2020.

Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020

Much has been written and discussed about the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill 2020 since its publication in May 2020 and its passage through Parliament at break neck speed.

Corporate disputes

Our corporate disputes team are expert problem solvers and have worked with both public and private companies, owner-managed businesses, minority shareholders, high net worth investors and entrepreneurs.

Temporary provisions - Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020

On 24 September 2020 the government announced an extension to the temporary provisions contained within the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA 2020).

Corporate Power of Attorney – what, why and how

In these uncertain times, it’s important for businesses to be able to react quickly, especially for key personnel during this lockdown period.