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J A Kemp LLP
The General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union yesterday declared that the Provisional Application Period (PAP) of the Unified Patent Court (UPC) has started...
Guernsey
Collas Crill
This is part of a series of guides in which we examine areas of law that frequently arise in practice.
Jersey
Appleby
Consultation is currently underway in Jersey in relation to the proposed amendment of the Limited Partnership (Jersey) Law 1994, as amended (the Law)...
Carey Olsen
The Bank (Recovery and Resolution) (Jersey) Law 2017 (the "Law") is likely to come into force on 31 January 2022.
Carey Olsen
The Jersey legislation that governs electronic communications and related matters will be updated shortly, by the Electronic Communications (Amendment No. 2) (Jersey) Law 202-.
UK
Marks & Clerk
Scotland has a thriving Medical Technology (MedTech) industry, with over 250 companies, and approximately 9,000 people employed in this sector. Many of these businesses have Artificial Intelligence (AI) powering them,...
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
A high-profile wealthy individual recently hit the headlines for taking a new approach to wealth transfer. In the third blog in our series reflecting on some of the hot topics raised in our Generation Game report and ...
Berg Kaprow Lewis
At best, a tax avoidance scheme works. At second best, it doesn't work, but you end up no worse off for having tried. At worst, you end up far worse off than if you had never got involved.
J A Kemp LLP
As reported previously, the UK government has been consulting on the future regime for exhaustion of intellectual property rights following the UK's departure from the EU.
Berg Kaprow Lewis
Writing for Taxation magazine's Readers' Forum, BKL tax consultant Terry Jordan responds to a reader's query about taxation of a beneficiary of a will trust.
Withers LLP
We developed Uncouple as a process that is better attuned to the needs of modern families and is a more cost effective way to separate.
Withers LLP
Uncouple helps separating couples to communicate clearly, which paves the way to an agreement that works for everyone.
Withers LLP
We created Uncouple to give modern families an alternative to fighting out their separations in court. Instead they are guided together towards an agreement that works for everyone with less stress and less friction.
Withers LLP
Uncouple removes the adversity that is inextricably built into the standard approach to divorcing in court.
Alston & Bird
For the first time, a UK court has crammed down a dissenting class of senior secured creditors. Our Financial Restructuring & Reorganization Group reviews the court's reasoning and sets out the main takeaways...
Marks & Clerk
Trade bodies play an important role in getting industry's voice heard. As such, I was really pleased to see that Aine Finlayson of Aggreko is taking up the helm at Scottish Engineering.
Marks & Clerk
Barbie and Balmain recently launched a new 50 piece ready-to-wear collection. This is not the first time that Barbie has collaborated with a fashion brand...
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
As we head through January, for many the Self Assessment deadline of 31 January hangs over us, making us feel as grey as Eeyore. However, this year there is a little good news from HMRC. Well sort of.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Employees in the UK, pre-pandemic, worked the equivalent of £35 billion in unpaid overtime. These figures have risen during the pandemic.
Collas Crill
At the beginning of 2021 we were facing lockdowns and further restrictions after Christmas got cancelled. Come the end of the year, many of us faced another diminished Christmas.
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