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Appleby has appointed Caren Pegg, Keith Robinson, Andrew Jowett, Clive Langley, Camilla Neal, Steven Rees Davies, Juan Thornley and Anthony Williams.
A company’s business activities must ultimately be conducted by individuals — company directors — notwithstanding that a company has a distinct legal personality.
This brief provides a condensed summary of the key changes brought about by the Incentives for Job Makers Act 2013.
In its changes to the Human Rights Act 1981, Bermuda’s parliament has added sexual orientation to the list of defined characteristics protected from unlawful discrimination.
Bermuda is well placed to benefit from increased life expectancy rates that have some employers seeking to restructure the pension entitlements of their employee members.
This guide addresses the issues that arise when an exempted company seeks to establish a physical office in Bermuda.
Four years ago, Mauritius brought about a new era in its employment laws by redefining the employer/employee relationship when it promulgated the Employment Rights Act.
Appleby has announced the promotion of three lawyers to the partnership and the appointment of five lawyers to the position of counsel.
The Control of Housing and Work (Jersey) Law 2012 is expected to be brought into force on 29 April this year.
The Control of Housing and Work (Jersey) Law 2012 is expected to come into force on 29 April 2013. Property lawyers from Appleby ran a seminar on 11 March outlining the key aspects of the legislation.
Appleby recently acted in the matter of Dervan and MD Events v Concept Fiduciaries Ltd and Others for applicants to the Royal Court of Guernsey who sought to set aside two dispositions into an employee benefit trust on the ground of mistake.