Waterfront's March Update
Mar 10, 2021
Waterfront advises on major property news deal
Waterfront has successfully advised property news website React News on their acquisition by Green Street. Commenting on the deal, Corporate Partner Angus Young said; “It was a pleasure to work with React News’ dynamic founders David Hatcher, James Buckley, Jamie Hamer and Chris Borland who have a clear vision for their business.”
Waterfront’s founding partner Carole Hailey publishes her first book
Those of our clients who remember Carole Hailey, Waterfront’s founding partner, who left the law to pursue a career as a writer might be interested to know that Carole has recently published her first novel The Book of Jem. Described by Kirkus Reviews as ‘A sublime tale that explores theology with profundity and black comedy’,
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Waterfront named in the WTR1000
Waterfront has been named in the World Trademark Review 1000 (WTR 1000) list for the third successive year. Highlighting Waterfront’s IP expertise, the guide references the firm’s streamlined, partner-led offering that is fast becoming one of London’s premier sources of “high-quality, specialist IP advice”.
No jab, no job - Pimlico Plumbers Vaccine Clause - Jamie Webster looks closely at the recent announcement by Pimlico Plumbers founder Charlie Mullins that he was seeking to insert a “no jab, no job” policy into employee contracts. Read more.