News Team on 25/11/2021
The Government of Jersey is seeking to amend a 1998 law to provide new arrangements for the management of movable estate
Earlier this month the UK Parliamentary Committee on Women and Equalities took evidence on the seemingly intractable and perennial problem of cohabitees’ rights. Or, rather, the distinct lack of them
The advantages of arbitration over litigation as a form of dispute resolution are well-known. Arbitration is typically more flexible, faster and cheaper as a process, and allows parties to choose their arbitrator, who may be a specialist in the subject-matter of the dispute rather than a more ‘generalist’ judge
News Team on 08/11/2021
In January 2022, the Japan’s Ministry of Justice will implement a new policy that aims to improve the transparency of Japanese companies by disclosing the identity of their major investors
News Team on 03/11/2021
Proposed changes to Bermudan immigration law aimed at providing new routes to a Permanent Residency Certificate for certain long-term residents and families have received Royal Assent and should come into force in the near future, offshore law firm Applebys has advised
Expat influx? How post-Brexit jurisdictional changes have reduced barriers to maintenance claims in Englandon 28/10/2021
For the financially weaker party in a divorce, the ability to bring a claim in the courts of England and Wales can be akin to landing a winning lottery ticket, with London widely known as the divorce capital of the world as a result of the generous settlements that those parties have received.
News Team on 25/10/2021
Ogier counsel and private wealth specialist Henry Wickham has been sworn in as a Notary Public in Jersey
News Team on 25/10/2021
Membership further enhances Office of Data Protection’s (ODP) commitment to progress data protection standards across the region
News Team on 22/10/2021
Changes to the money laundering regulations should focus on increasing the effectiveness of efforts to tackle money laundering through a more risk-based and proportionate approach, the Law Society of England and Wales said as it responded to HM Treasury’s (HMT) call for evidence
There is no avoiding the fact that our national newspapers and legal press are often found reporting on the latest financial dispute playing out between high net worth individuals in the Royal Courts of Justice or the Supreme Court. As a hub for financial services and with ever-increasing investment from foreign nationals and wealthy family offices, it is not uncommon to find two spouses arguing in the London courts over how to share their wealth...
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