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We have appointed Alan Demirkaya as our new HR director to drive forward our transformation plans and ensure that we continue to attract the industry’s top talent. He will lead a team spanning the UK, Europe, Middle East, the Americas and Asia Pacific, reporting to global managing partner, Suzanne Liversidge.
With mandatory climate disclosures becoming law in the UK, effective from 6 April 2022, and the United States Securities & Exchange Commission announcing its long awaited climate disclosure rule on 21 March 2022, this report provides a snapshot of the approach towards climate disclosures in some of the jurisdictions in which Kennedys operates, before focusing on what this means for our policyholder and insurer clients in the financial lines arena.
We have promoted our largest ever number of lawyers to partner. With 22 new partners joining the partnership, it is more than double the number promoted last year (10) and takes our total worldwide partner count to 293.
Kennedys receives top tier rankings in the latest guide to leading law firms and lawyers across the region.
Kennedys' teams in Paris, Madrid, Dublin and Copenhagen have been ranked by Chambers Europe 2022 for their work in insurance and dispute resolution.
Providing unique insights into the existing legislative and regulatory landscape in their jurisdictions - and the extent to which change will be required - our experts in Australia, Denmark, England, France, Hong Kong, Peru, Portugal, Spain and Thailand identify where healthtech related claims are starting to emerge and offer recommendations to help mitigate against potential risks.
We are shocked by the tragic situation in Ukraine. Our thoughts are with all those who are suffering, and we can only hope that a peaceful resolution is found swiftly. Until then, Kennedys is resolute in our commitment to do whatever we can to help this humanitarian crisis.
As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine progresses, global leaders have responded by imposing increasingly severe sanctions against Russia, Russian companies and Russian individuals. Here, we consider the impact of the current sanctions from various jurisdictions around the world, with a focus on those areas which might impact the global shipping and trade industry.
Our global liability and defence group brief, Navigating the global liability defence agenda, was created with our clients in mind. With our legal footprint spanning across 24 countries, our lawyers have first-hand knowledge of global issues impacting our clients. We wanted to provide a snapshot of interesting legal issues we are seeing and share some takeaways we expect will resonate cross jurisdictionally.
Despite the addition of the right to gender equality to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, today, 75 years later, the task remains incomplete. There have evidently been important advances, beginning with the most fundamental rights such as the right to vote or the disappearance of the “licencia marital” authority by which Spanish women needed the consent of their husbands to buy with money from their joint assets - rescinded in 1975.