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Effective 1 December 2015, the British Virgin Islands Registry of Corporate Affairs will be offering premium services.
Tania Dons, partner at the Cayman Islands’ office spoke at the Cayman Finance inaugural members briefing as a director of Cayman Finance and the chair of the members committee thereof.
The Supreme Court has now “clarified”, in reality re-formulated, the applicable test for determining whether a particular contractual provision should be struck down as being a penalty.
An appeal to claw back redemption payments has been opposed.
Conyers Dill & Pearman has announced recent moves and developments from within the firm’s London office.
Financier Worldwide says Mark Forte of Conyers Dill & Pearman has been recognised as a leading expert in its 2015 Bankruptcy & Restructuring Handbook.
Conyers Dill & Pearman has once again been recommended as top-tier in Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands in the latest Legal 500 directory rankings.
Significant development regarding jurisdiction for winding-up petitions.
Conyers’ Charlie Pywell has written the Cayman Islands chapter for the Second Edition of The Acquisition and Leveraged Finance Review.
The Supreme Court has now ‘clarified’ the applicable test for determining whether a particular contractual provision should be struck down as being a penalty.