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Louise Pearce


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Cannon Place
78 Cannon Street
United Kingdom
Languages English

Louise Pearce is an associate in the Dispute Resolution Team.

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  • 2016 – LPC MSc, University of Law, London
  • 2014 – LLB Law, University of Exeter, Exeter
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Disputes 101: Evidence
Welcome to the Disputes 101: CMS Autumn Webinar Series for 2022 This series will take place on most Tuesdays from 6 September – 29 November at 2pm - 3pm, taking a short break only for October half...
The Proposed Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence – a step...
The Proposed Directive on Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence (the “CSDD Proposal”), published on 23 February 2022, aims to impose obligations on companies, their subsidiaries and their value chains...
Evolution not revolution: Corporate Responsibility and Climate Change
Climate change, sustainability, and ESG are no longer niche areas of interest – they have become fundamental to the way businesses operate and impact the way we live our lives. Companies face an important...
Future Facing Disputes - Enforcing the Ethical Charter
In recent years, the damaging environmental impact of our modern way of living has become a hot topic on society’s agenda and there has been a notable shift towards making choices based on their ethical consequences. If we take the fashion industry as an example, when purchasing a new item of clothing, consumers are now more interested than ever before in the supply chain that led to the creation of that item:Where did the raw materials, for example the cotton, come from?Were the raw materials grown using pesticides?Did the farmers get a fair price for the raw materials?Were the clothes manufactured in a factory producing significant emissions?Did the workers who made the clothing receive a good wage?
Future Facing Disputes - Green technology – The key to climate change mitigation...
Transparency is the cornerstone of effective accountability, and climate change reporting is becoming mandatory in many jurisdictions around the world, including the UK. These changes in the regulatory...
Future Facing Disputes: Accountability in a changing legal landscape
Every day, our lives and businesses are affected by the actions and decisions of others. The question of how we hold decision-makers accountable for their actions is by no means a new one, but it will...
Future Facing Disputes - Climate Change Webinar
Join CMS’s Litigation, Arbitration, Insurance and Em­ploy­ment As­so­ci­ates for a lunchtime webinar discussing the business and litigation risks presented by climate change. Re­view­ing recent trends in...
Greening your supply chain
Many businesses want to turn the impact of COVID-19 on their supply chains into an opportunity to improve efficiency and increase margins. They can do so by integrating sustainable environmental processes...
Disputes and Smart Contracts: traditional solutions to modern problems?
The technology to create so-called smart contracts has been around since computers were invented. Until relatively recently smart contracts were largely rudi­ment­ary with limited take-up and use, but...
Supply chains – Contingency planning for future disruptions
The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted just how quickly and how easily unexpected events can disrupt supply chains. In a world where the trend in recent years has been for supply chains to operate on an...
Court of Appeal confirms dominant purpose test for legal advice privilege
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that, when assessing whether or not a communication is privileged, a “dominant purpose” test must be applied not only to claims of litigation privilege, but also...