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Gateley Plc 18-Nov-2015

Failure to warn of mass redundancies case collapses.

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The case of Jardine and STM Fiduciaire is the first prosecution of its kind in the Channel Island, raising concerns across the regulatory and compliance industry.

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Lawyer 2B 17-Nov-2015

Face-to-face with a superstar defence lawyer; helping disability claimants; working for the most hated clients in the country; and more 

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S&O Partnership 13-Nov-2015

Part 2A of the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985 appears to erode those a number of the principles held by the Magna Carta. 

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Luxembourg: a heavier compliance burden download subscription

Arendt & Medernach 25-Nov-2015

New law will substantially increase the compliance burden on funds and banks

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Christodoulos G Vassiliades & Co 24-Nov-2015

A widely used tool for securing the repayment of a loan or any other financial obligation of shipping companies towards their creditors is the creation of a mortgage over a ship in favour of the said creditor.

Jersey: the Ombudsman cometh download subscription

Ogier 24-Nov-2015

A Q&A, now that Jersey’s first Financial Services Ombudsman has started work.

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GRATA Law Firm 23-Nov-2015

The various technology, media and telecommunications industries are treated as strategic industries in Uzbekistan, and special attention has been paid to TMT by the government in recent years. 

Defamation claims fall download subscription

Shoosmiths 23-Nov-2015

Down by 27 per cent last year.

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Walker Morris 19-Nov-2015

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The ashes were found stored at a funeral directors 10 years later. 

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Hudgell Solicitors 30-Oct-2015

Without adequate support, reintegration to the workplace can be difficult and costly. 

Personal injury: choose your dentist with care download subscription

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£540,000 compensation paid to Hudgell clients in past 12 months for sub-standard dentistry 

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Burden of restitution of confiscated property is being transferred from the state to the investors.

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The Sheriffs Office 26-Nov-2015

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The recently adopted Croatian Bankruptcy Act sets out a new integrated pre-bankruptcy and bankruptcy regime.

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