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Banking and finance lawyer Nichola Coghlan has joined UK law firm TLT as an associate in its Belfast office. Ms Coghlan, who joins from Tughans, brings experience in secured and unsecured lending, corporate finance, refinance, restructuring, securitisations, invoice and trade finance and banking.

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UK law firm TLT has signed the Greener Litigation Pledge as part of its aim to be a net zero business by 2025 and to support its clients with their own sustainability goals. Signatories commit to actively reducing, with a view to minimising, the environmental impacts of litigation in the English and

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UK law firm TLT, which employs over 100 people at its Belfast office, has announced plans to introduce a new flexible working policy in keeping with the changes in working practices that have occurred over the past year. The firm’s approach includes three commitments: to provide more choice so

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UK law firm TLT, which employs around 100 people in Belfast, has entered into a strategic alliance with Belgian law firm GSJ advocaten. The firms have significant expertise in common across a number of sectors including real estate, financial services, retail and the public sector, enabling cross bo

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UK law firm TLT has been recognised for its commitment to diversity and inclusion in Northern Ireland. The firm has achieved bronze accreditation from Diversity Mark NI, which seeks to address gender inequality in Northern Ireland.

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UK law firm TLT has announced the appointment of Jason Byrne, the former head of Shoosmiths in Northern Ireland, as a partner in Belfast. Mr Byrne brings almost two decades of experience in insolvency and litigation to TLT, as well as financial services compliance and regulation.

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UK law firm TLT, which employs around 100 people in Belfast, has agreed an alliance with Dutch firm Holla. TLT and Holla have a long history working together to support clients on a range of matters including complex disputes, employment, IP and corporate finance/M&A.

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Our fortnightly round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Arthur Cox and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer have advised Phoenix Tower International on a major agreement with eir to own and operate wireless tower sites.

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TLT's former managing partner David Pester has started a new role as head of strategic growth at the UK firm, which has an office in Belfast. After 19 years as managing partner, he will work with the leadership team to deliver a strategic growth programme to support existing clients and develop new

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TLT has expanded its role as one of BT’s key legal advisers following a review and consolidation of the telecoms giant’s UK legal panel. TLT has retained its position as a preferred supplier for litigation and investigations, and is now also a preferred supplier for employment.

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A round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has played an integral role in the acquisition of e-learning company Logicearth Learning Services by international communications group, The Creative Engagement Group (TCE

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Kevin Murphy, partner in TLT's Belfast office, looks at how planning law reform could support Northern Ireland's electric vehicle network. Northern Ireland is making great progress in renewable energy generation. But when it comes to electric vehicle (EV) uptake and the infrastructure needed to supp

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TLT has appointed Andrew Webber to leads its UK corporate team, which includes Belfast lawyers Andrew Jennings and Grant Edwards. Mr Webber replaces partner John Wood, who led the corporate team for 16 years before being elected to serve as the firm's new managing partner from April 2020.

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UK law firm TLT, which recently relocated its Belfast office to larger premises in the Cathedral Quarter, has elected its first new managing partner in 19 years, with corporate head John Wood winning support from the firm's partnership. Mr Wood will replace the firm's long-standing managing partner

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