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Coming to America: Jersey approves US-style LLCs

Jersey’s decision to allow the creation of limited liability companies (LLCs) will allow the island to attract more US-based clients and offer more flexibility than the current partnership status based on English law. Here, partner James Willmott and associate David Patterson examine the options. In a move aimed at catering to Jersey’s growing pan-Atlantic business, […]

Jersey – Practical Guide to Property Law

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and is a self-governing British Crown Dependency with its own financial and legal systems and its own courts of law. Jersey property law is derived from a mixture of local statute and customary (common) law. Jersey’s customary law has evolved from Norman-French law and is primarily contained […]

Changes to Guernsey’s corporate tax residence rules

Guernsey’s rules on corporate tax residence changed at the beginning of 2019 following amendments to its existing tax law brought into effect by a combination of the Income Tax (Guernsey) (Amendment) (No 2) Ordinance 2018, the Income Tax (Substance Requirements) (Implementation) Regulations, 2018 and the Income Tax (Substance Requirements) (Implementation) (Amendment) Regulations, 2018, all passed […]

Bombay High Court refuses anti arbitration injuncton against arbitration proceedings on the question of appointment of the tribunal

On 17 December 2018, the Hon’ble Bombay High Court (Court), in Ravi Arya & Ors v. Palm View Overseas Limited & Ors, passed an important order in relation to an antiarbitration injunction sought by the Plaintiffs in the matter, against an arbitral proceeding seated in Mumbai. The Court held that a challenge to the constitution […]

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Blake Lapthorn loses corporate partner to Charles Russell

Southampton-based law firm Blake Lapthorn Linnell’s corporate practice has suffered a blow after losing a partner to Charles Russell. Peter Elliott has joined Charles Russell’s London office as a partner in corporate commercial, in a bid to beef-up the firm’s business in the South East, Oxfordshire and Thames Valley areas. He joins from Blake Lapthorn’s […]

Licensing Legal signs up Weightmans partner

A partner from Liverpool firm Weightmans is joining a new niche practice specialising in licensing and regulatory law. Anthony Horne, until August head of licensing at Weightmans, is linking up with Richard Williams at Licensing Legal. Williams previously worked at Cobbetts and West End commercial firm Joelson Wilson & Co. Licensing Legal, which has offices […]

Regrettable situations

Whatever happened to the cringe-making email? The Bradley Chaits and Andy Dowdney’s (of Norton Rose and Charles Russell respectively, just in case you’d forgotten) of this world seem to be taking more care with those pesky digits, judging by the drop-off in mirth-making cyberspace screw-ups. Or perhaps the mistakes have just moved on to another […]

British Olympic Assoc head of legal pushes for ambush marketing laws

No sooner had the British Olympic Association’s (BOA) head of legal affairs Sara Friend stepped off the plane from Athens, than she was back in the office working on the London 2012 bid and demanding legislative change. “There’s no genuine ambush marketing legislation in this country at the moment. You have to rely on passing […]

Whistling an unhappy tune

The Steve Moxon case shows that whistle-blowing legislation may not protect employees if they go to the press. By Jon Robins Some might say that Steve Moxon – the civil servant sacked last month from his job with the Immigration Service for breaching a “contractual duty of confidentiality” – is a whistle-blowing hero. One analysis […]

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