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Innovative new law opens Guernsey up to Artificial Intelligence

By Andrew Munro The newly enacted Electronic Transactions (Electronic Agents) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2019, which came into force on 1st March this year, signals a turning point in law for companies using Artificial Intelligence which itself represents an area of exponential growth and critical importance for future development in many areas and sectors worldwide. This exciting […]

CSSF on mandatory notifications in a no-deal Brexit context

Following the publication of Luxembourg laws of 8 April 2019 (see our previous briefing here), the Luxembourg Financial Sector Supervisory Authority (CSSF) has issued two press releases aimed at undertakings for collective investment (UCIs) and/or their managers, and certain firms currently authorised in the United Kingdom (UK) which intend to continue their activities in Luxembourg […]

Economic substance laws: the private wealth context

By Richard Laignel  Recently as part of on-going international initiatives, a large number of international finance centres (including Jersey, Guernsey, BVI and Cayman) have passed new laws requiring companies which are tax resident in such centres and also conducting certain types of activities to demonstrate that they have an adequate level of physical substance and […]

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No5 Barrister advises Prison Officers’ Association in successful appeal against dismissal

Counsel at No5 Barristers’ Chambers has been instrumental in helping the Prison Officers’ Association win an appeal hearing, at which a Prison Officer was reinstated. The circumstances of the original dismissal brought into question how Prison Officers can protect themselves. On the 20th February 2019 Mr Terry McCarthy, National Executive Committee Representative, was dismissed from […]

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Reed Smith PE partner to exit firm after two years

Proskauer Rose is set to hire a partner from Reed Smith’s private equity group in London, as moves between the US firms in the City continue apace. Leith Moghli is to leave Reed Smith after less than two years to join Proskauer Rose. A partner in its London-based private equity and funds practice, Moghli advises global […]

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ENRC lawyers challenge SFO over halted review

In the latest development to a long-running saga, the SFO has halted a review into how it carried out the ENRC corruption investigation, with the mining company’s lawyers at Hogan Lovells calling the delay “striking and unsatisfactory”. The SFO had appointed Sir David Calvert-Smith to run the review at the end of November after the […]

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