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Pilkington HQ sold to local investor

Alexandra Business Park, St Helens, UK, is being acquired by an investment start-up called Pheasant Equities. Pilkington, part of Nippon Sheet Glass, partly occupies the park but is preparing to...

Section: News Date: 2015-03-19 Other news

Osram Licht appoints head of Compliance Legal Department

Osram’s department of Compliance Legal now has a new head of its Compliance Legal Department – Flavio Bertoli. In this new role, Bertoli will supervise a team of dedicated lawyers in the various asp...

Section: News Date: 2014-07-15 People

Pilkington: unions warn of action due to pension scheme changes

A major trade union in the UK has warned Pilkington that 9 out of 10 staff … “are furious” … and … “want a strike ballot” …, due to changes to their company pension.

Section: News Date: 2013-03-05 Personnel & industrial relations

Riedel Crystal names Maximilian Riedel President

Riedel Crystal will, this year, see the tenth generational change in its management, when George J. Riedel will be succeeded by his son Maximilian J. Riedel. The Riedel company has been a global...

Section: News Date: 2013-03-04 People

Aguila celebrates 60 years in Philippines automotive business

Aguila Auto Glass was founded in 1952 by lawyer Lauro Aguila and his wife, Maria Gutierrez, in Manila, and for 60 years has been supplying automakers and even private car owners in the Philippines...

Section: News Date: 2012-03-15 Company news

Quinn Glass: judge ponders plant decision

A judge has retired to decide whether Europe``s largest glass bottle-making factory, near Chester in north-west England, should be demolished. Lawyers for Quinn Glass, who erected the plant at Ince...

Section: News Date: 2009-03-16 Legal news

Quinn Glass: legal moves possible against UK plant

Teams of lawyers turned up when Chester councillors received an update on moves to resolve the long running controversy surrounding the Quinn Glass plant at Ince in north-west England, which still...

Section: News Date: 2009-02-11 Representative organizations

Tanzania: lawyers oppose soda ash plan at lake

The East African Law Society (EALS) has opposed plans to build a soda ash plant at Lake Natron in Tanzania. The project, a joint venture between India``s Tata Chemicals and the Tanzanian goverment,...

Section: News Date: 2007-07-25 Representative organizations

Owens Corning: stop to actions on recusal motion against judge

U.S. District Judge Alfred M. Wolin, overseeing asbestos issues in the bankruptcy case of building products maker Owens Corning, has ordered lawyers to stop all activity around a motion asking him to...

Section: News Date: 2003-11-04 Sector trends

Owens Corning: disclosure plan court hearing postponed

Faced with numerous objections from creditors, Owens Corning managed to get a postponement of the hearing on the disclosure statement outlining its Chapter 11 plan until late August 2003, a lawyer...

Section: News Date: 2003-06-13 Sector trends

Royal Doulton cash call receives advice

As reported on 26 March, corporate finance and banking lawyers at Addleshaw Booth, in Manchester, UK, advised Royal Doulton on a three-for-one rights issue to raise GBP 19 million. The team comprised...

Section: News Date: 2002-05-29 Sector trends

Royal Doulton cash call receives advice

As reported on 26 March, corporate finance and banking lawyers at Addleshaw Booth, in Manchester, UK, advised Royal Doulton on a three-for-one rights issue to raise GBP 19 million. The team comprised...

Section: News Date: 2002-05-02 Sector trends

Top DuPont executive dies

Irving Shapiro, the only lawyer and one of the first people outside the founding family to become chief executive of chemical manufacturer DuPont Co., has died. He was 85. Shapiro, who was chairman...

Section: News Date: 2001-10-08 Sector trends

Sklarny Bohemia: bankruptcy administrator investigates NERo sale

The March 1999 sale of a majority stake in the profitable Sklarny Bohemia (SB) glassworks of the Czech Republic, part of Lubomir Soudek``s company called NERo, is being investigated by lawyers and...

Section: News Date: 2000-01-14 Sector trends

Skloexport: board chairwoman Razlova released from prison

6 May 1999: After nearly one year in prison, former actress and board chairwoman of Skloexport a.s. Regina Razlova has been set free. "I am glad that justice prevailed," said Razlova``s lawyer...

Section: News Date: 1999-05-06 Sector trends

Skloexport: chairwoman``s lawyer disagrees with police estimate of losses

11 June 1998: According to recent press reports, Oldrich Chudoba, the lawyer acting for Regina Razlova, chairwoman of the Skloexport and Skloexport Group (SEG) glass trading companies, said today he...

Section: News Date: 1998-06-12 Sector trends

Skloexport: chairwoman denies accusations

2 October 1997: Skloexport board chairwoman Regina Razlova has said that the lawsuit filed against her by Skloexport``s lawyer is absurd, and her activity at the Czech company is well documented....

Section: News Date: 1997-10-02 Sector trends

Sunglass Hut facing legal action as stocks improve

A lawsuit has been filed against US firm Sunglass Hut International Inc. and certain officers on behalf of shareholders, alleging violations of US securities law, the plaintiffs`` lawyers said on 24...

Section: News Date: 1997-01-30 Sector trends
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