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TLT has hired of a 12-strong team to its London office, significantly deepening its already extensive expertise in financial services disputes and regulation across the UK.
Licensing partner Caroline Loudon has been named a 'Hospitality Hero' for her support for the leisure, food & drink sector during the pandemic.
TLT has been named Real Estate Team of the Year at the Scottish Legal Awards 2020.
TLT has advised long-standing client Town Centre Securities plc on the sale of four retail properties for a combined price of almost £34m.
TLT has strengthened its national restructuring and insolvency team with the appointment of Ainslie Benzie as legal director in Scotland
The pandemic has forced the majority of the workforce into a world of remote working. As a result, our cities are evolving.
Our countdown to Brexit and beyond podcast series looks at the impact for businesses on both sides of the pond of any free trade agreement between the UK and Europe and the UK and the US. This
There's a growing demand for retailers to do more to attract the Purple Pound – the collective spending power of disabled shoppers, estimated to be worth around £274bn. We look at the opportunities, the legal issues and...
The way people shop is constantly evolving, from the growth of online and the changing use of stores...
Helping you navigate your business through the risks and opportunities that Brexit will bring.
Green finance is gaining speed, driven by global climate change pressures and the recognition of the vital role which sustainability plays in a resilient financial services sector.
Keep on top of the employment law issues that matter most to you and your business with our new podcast.
As businesses adjust to new ways of working and plan for an uncertain future, we keep track of the emerging legal and regulatory issues.
Keeping you up to date with the latest guidance on regulatory change and legal impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
While future trading relationship with the EU is negotiated, we will be in a 'status quo' transition period until 31 December 2020. Follow our latest updates.