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Business immigration in Switzerland

By Ueli Sommer, Philippe Nordmann and Simone Wetzstein This Q&A gives an overview of the key factors affecting business immigration, including information on the jurisdiction’s sources of immigration law; relevant government entities; requirements for unsponsored and sponsored immigration; requirements for sponsors; civil and criminal penalties for sponsors; common issues and concerns; dependants; settlement and citizenship; recent trends and proposals […]

Japanese Knotweed and private nuisance: Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd v Williams

By Howard Leithead Court of Appeal clarifies that, where Japanese knotweed is encroaching on their land, landowners do not have to wait until physical damage to their properties occurs before bringing an actionable claim in private nuisance. The judgment brings clarity to the law of private nuisance; the implications extend far beyond Japanese knotweed to […]

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In brief: Channel 5 appoints BBC Broadcast head

Channel 5 has poached Colin Campbell as its director of legal and business affairs from BBC Broadcast, where he was head of business affairs. Campbell takes over next January from Jane Gill, who is leaving to set up her own media law practice.

New hope for in-house teams in battle for legal privilege

THE EUROPEAN Commission has promised to consider demands from in-house lawyers that their advice should enjoy legal privilege during competition investigations. In-house lawyers have seized on the promise, which was made in a speech last month by Jonathan Faull, director of general competition policy, as a sign that their long-standing campaign to secure professional privilege […]

Bar Council pilot gives public direct access to Bar

The Bar Council is set to launch a pioneering scheme which will enable the public to bypass solicitors when consulting barristers. The “direct access” pilot will be launched at the end of this month through advice centres in Milton Keynes, London, Sheffield and Cambridge. The barristers’ fees will be funded through legal aid, or privately, […]

Our man in Bahrain

In the news story in The Lawyer (7 October) concerning the closure of Clifford Chance’s office in Bahrain (“Clifford Chance to centralise in Dubai”), you state that “…Norton Rose is the only other UK firm in Bahrain”. I would like to point out that Palmer Cowen (of Mayfair) continues to operate an office in Bahrain […]

Convicted murderers appeal

Two convicted murderers are to challenge their convictions in the House of Lords. Graham Carlo Bingham and Samuel David Cooke, convicted by Mr Justice Higgins at Belfast Crown Court on 10 December 1994, have been given leave to appeal on the question of whether the judge was entitled to refuse the cross-examination of a defendant […]

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