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In today's world, connectivity and collaboration go hand-in-hand. Womble Bond Dickinson is helping people to tackle organisational challenges by supporting businesses to build operational resilience, minimise data risks and cyber threats, and shape their technology infrastructure to navigate complex regulations in an evolving global environment.
We’re supporting our clients across all sectors to tackle the challenges of today, with an eye on the future, helping businesses to plan and rebuild.
Keeping up to date with the latest developments in the insurance sector can be hard to manage.
That's why we've compiled our latest thought leadership articles, comments and updates in one place, so you always know where to look to stay ahead of any legislative changes.
Changes to building safety aren't just about cladding. They're about creating a thread of responsibility for safety throughout a building's life.
Private Finance Initiative (PFI) contracts are vitally important to public infrastructure and are used to support key services such as schools, hospitals, social care, waste disposal, roads and housing.
These contracts are becoming an increasing focus of attention for both the public and private sector, as their initial contract terms begin to come to an end at an accelerating rate. It is crucial that on expiry, there is continuity of service and the infrastructure is handed back to the public sector in a good condition. Given the nature of these contracts, the expiry and transition is likely to be complex and significant preparation is needed.
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