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Cause of death, survivability and statistics: the importance of understanding the difference.

R (Chidlow) v Senior Coroner for Blackpool and Flyde [2019] EWHC 581 (Admin) 12 March 2019 Humans’ bodies being such complex organisms it is unsurprising that medical causation is often extremely complicated and that the law regarding the legal causation of medical injuries can be particularly convoluted. Indivisible injuries, multifactorial causation, material contribution, loss of […]

A careful embrace of no-code is the right approach for lawyers

It’s important not to confuse no-code for no-knowledge – there are still important aspects to AI automation that you need to understand to succeed. If you are a lawyer and reading this blog post then you will likely be exploring online topics such as automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning, along with other innovative new […]

Living but not working in the Cayman Islands

This briefing considers the requirements for foreign nationals (meaning non-Caymanians and persons who are not married to a Caymanian) not wishing to work in the Cayman Islands but to reside there. For those considering such a move, there are various options open to them to make their relocation a reality…

Brexit, AIFMD and credit funds – hot topics for IBA private funds event

Brexit was the key topic at the 20th annual IBA Annual International Conference on Private Investment Funds 2019 – but as you’d expect, there was discussion on a range of areas from NPPR to credit funds, and from the prospects of the UK economy to AIFMD II. Seven partners from Ogier’s international funds team from Cayman, […]

Luxembourg tax reform for 2019: Part II

By William Jean-Baptiste On 5 March 2018, the Luxembourg Government filed the 2019 Finance Bill (the Bill) with the Chambre des Députés. Following the 2018 general elections, the Luxembourg Government was authorised to extend certain credits and expenses of fiscal year 2018 (the “douziemes provisoires” or provisional twelfths system) for the period running from January to […]

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Disabled Crime Victims. Acting on injustice

Whether our legal system fails learning-disabled victims of crime is something which most lawyers have probably never even considered. After all, very few cases involving victims with learning difficulties ever get to court. But why these victims are so often exiled from the legal system is a question now being addressed in a play produced […]

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There are now nearly 60 US law firms operating in central London, employing among them a total of 439 fee-earners. If you put them all under one roof, they would form the 15th largest firm in the country – larger than Addleshaw Booth & Co and closing in on Nabarro Nathanson. No one can argue […]

In brief: Glasgow firm Bishops wins trusteeship

The pensions team at Glasgow firm Bishop & Robertson Chalmers has been appointed independent trustee for the occupational pension scheme of 6,000 workers and former employees at the recently privatised Rosyth Royal Dockyard. The scheme, with more than £300m in assets, is one of the biggest still administered in Scotland. Bishop’s pensions unit set up […]

IT spending doubles in three years among small law firms

Solicitors in small firms are now spending twice as much on IT as they were three years ago, according to a leading legal IT firm. Avenue Legal Systems said an analysis of its sales figures has revealed that firms with between two and five partners are now prepared to spend £60,000 on overhauling their IT […]

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