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Norton Rose Fulbright

Caroline May

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Norton Rose Fulbright

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Environment; Health and Safety


London: Human resources

Health and safety

Within: Health and safety

Norton Rose Fulbright's practice provides 'an excellent level of knowledge and service' across fatal and major accident investigations, corporate manslaughter prosecutions, corporate governance issues, product liability work and transactional support. Department head Caroline May is 'extremely responsive and able to give practical and relevant advice'; she has substantial experience advising on the corporate response to accidents and occupational health and safety issues. Clients include Energizer Holdings, Reckitt Benckiser and IMI. Other key names include consultant Jacqui O’Keeffe and of counsel Lucy Bruce Jones.

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London: Real estate


Within: Leading individuals

Caroline May - Norton Rose Fulbright

Within: Environment

Caroline May heads the team at Norton Rose Fulbright, and continues to advise DP World London Gateway on environmental liabilities arising from the £1.5bn site acquisition and implementation of the largest remediation and ecology programme in Europe; and EirGrid and RTE, on the permitting and/or licensing requirements in relation to the £1bn Celtic Interconnector Project, proposed to run between mainland Europe and Ireland. The team has also recently expanded, with Andrew Hedges re-joining as partner in November 2017 to head up the Climate Change and Carbon Finance practice.

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London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology

Within: Pharmaceuticals and biotechnology

Norton Rose Fulbright's multi-disciplined practice has a client roster which includes big names such as GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer and Bayer. IP expert Huw Evans leads the team and recently defended Oxford Nanopore Technologies against patent infringement claims brought by Pacific Biosciencs of California regarding DNA sequencing technology. Michael (Mike) Knapper also works on IP matters, predominantly non-contentious, while Jonathan Ball focuses mainly on IP and technology disputes. Also recommended are corporate finance specialist Milana Chamberlain, product liability expert Caroline May and corporate lawyers Ian Lopez and Gareth Kendall.

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