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We’re Browne Jacobson. The law firm for positive impact across business and society.

Social and environmental impact are at the top of the business agenda. At Browne Jacobson, we’ve always worked across business and society, and this expertise sets us apart. Here, we champion fairness, make the complex simple and forge connections between clients to find creative solutions. This is how our lawyers improve outcomes for every person, community and business we serve.

Law needs all voices to reflect the society it serves. We’re working towards social mobility, diversity and inclusion in our firm - and our profession. And we’re focusing on well-being and individuality so that all our people can thrive.

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Press releases

Browne Jacobson appointed onto London Boroughs Legal Alliance panel

Browne Jacobson has been appointed on to London Borough’s Legal Alliance (LBLA) legal services framework after successfully bidding for their core legal work. The new three year contract which has a one year option to extend and is worth potentially £16m in fees, commenced on 8 July 2022. It replaces the Boroughs’ existing panel arrangement. The appointment will see the firm advise on areas such as regeneration, litigation, commercial and real estate.

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Blogs

Challenges from potential Foster Carers and Adopters

Our immediate future shows a renewed focus on foster care. We’re going to see a new nationwide-drive to recruit foster carers and the implementation of a more robust, and potentially financially-generous system for encouraging friends and family to care for their relatives (both when extended families cannot cope or provide care for any reason).

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Legal updates

Economic activity for the purposes of the Subsidy Control Act 2022

In July the long-awaited statutory guidance on the Subsidy Control Act 2022 was published in draft form. The Draft Guidance is currently subject to consultation which ends on 10 August 2022 and may therefore change before the final version is published.

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Published articles

Rolls Royce SMR ambitions will bring Hinkley like benefits to regions

It’s great news that engineering giant Rolls-Royce has now shortlisted six possible locations for its first factory relating to small nuclear power stations. This is the first of three offsite assembly factories building key elements of the next generation small modular reactor power stations (SMRs). Construction will begin once Rolls-Royce receives the go ahead to build a fleet of SMRs in the UK.

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