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Ropes & Gray LLP
In this article, we look back at European distressed debt, restructuring and leveraged finance trends in 2021 and share our thoughts on potential market developments in 2022.
EU regulators recognise the power of blockchain technologies and are welcoming of the innovative efforts of those seeking to provide blockchain solutions across Europe.
Carey Olsen
This guide to Guernsey's private client sector includes commentary on tax, trusts, foundations and private wealth structures used within the jurisdiction, including charitable or philanthropic structures.
As part of their international financing structures, Lisa Grant, Director, explains why entities such as banks and asset managers, commercial ship owners, fund managers, commercial ship managers and joint ventures, ...
The Bank (Recovery and Resolution) (Jersey) Law 2017 (the Law) will, save for article 72, come into force on 31 January 2022.
Andrew Jackson Solicitors
During pre-contractual negotiations, many things may be said in advertising, during discussions or in correspondence. Some may become terms of the contract and others may have no legal effect,...
Andrew Jackson Solicitors
The need for new housing, coupled with a shortage of sites available, is fuelling demand for land for residential development. It is important landowners are aware of the potential opportunities and pitfalls, ...
Andrew Jackson Solicitors
A recently released consultation paper published by HMRC highlights two areas of the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("SDLT") regime, which are causing particular compliance problems for tax payers,...
Several peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders entered administration over the past 24 months including Lendy Limited, Collateral, MoneyThing and FundingSecure.
With UK workers advised to Work From Home (WFH) where possible due to the Omicron phase of the pandemic, some businesses will again struggle to have visibility over employee activity.
Marks & Clerk
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet".
Gowling WLG
Earlier in January 2022 we reported on a "milestone" announcement by Michael Gove MP, Secretary of State for the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities (DLUHC)...
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Almost five months have passed since I commenced my training contract in the family team in Bedford Row. Joining the team allowed me to reflect on my prior understanding of family law...
The impact of Brexit cuts across many sectors, but perhaps nowhere is it more keenly felt than in cross border litigation.
1 Chancery Lane
The Court of Appeal have allowed the Chief Constable's appeal against the Master McCloud's refusal to strike out the claim against him.
Albright IP
Registering your own name as a trade mark for your business may seem a good way to build up a reputation in your chosen industry. However, business owners should also be aware of the potential danger of doing so.
Blaser Mills
The Courts encourage parties to resolve a dispute through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) such as Mediation.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Considering whether unincorporated associations need to take action before the deadline.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
The Judicial Review and Courts Bill (the bill) heads back into Parliament on 25 January 2022 for the report stage.
Mayer Brown
The Employment Tribunal has recently held that a claimant's belief in a fear of catching COVID-19 and a need to protect herself and others does not amount to a philosophical belief under the Equality Act 2010.
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