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COVID-19 and residential tenancies in Jersey: Where are we now?

By Laura Shirreffs The States of Jersey enacted the COVID-19 (Residential Tenancy) (Temporary Amendment of Law) (Jersey) Regulations 2020 in an attempt to address the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the Island. The regulations temporarily amended certain provisions of the Residential Tenancy (Jersey) Law 2011, applying to all residential tenancies with effect from 10 […]

New Court of Appeal case a game-changer for arbitration in family law

By Sarah Green A recent Court of Appeal case has the potential to change the landscape of arbitration in family law. With the court backlog worse than ever as a result of Covid-19, out-of-court settlement options, such as Early Neutral Evaluations, Private FDRs and Arbitration are seen as increasingly attractive prospects for separating couples, who […]

Decade-long Saad litigation settled between AHAB and Grant Thornton Defendants

By Rupert Bell, Shelley White, Colette Wilkins, Andrew Gibson, Arikka Farley After over 11 years of litigation, Walkers Cayman is pleased to announce that Walkers’ clients, the Grant Thornton Defendants, have reached a confidential settlement with AHAB which results in their release from the AHAB v. Saad Investments and Others proceedings in the Cayman Islands. The proceedings […]

The remote trustee: Getting your house in order after the Covid-19 pandemic

By David Pytches, Monique Bhullar, Philip Paschalides, David Pytches, Clive Thomas To say 2020 has been a challenging year for many would be an understatement. The onset of COVID-19 saw significant hardships for millions of people globally and the economic impacts continue to ripple across the world’s economy, with many expecting these negative consequences to […]


It’s been a bad week for…

Kamlesh Bahl (when is it ever a good week for her?). The fallout from the Demon verdict reached Bahl’s website when her service provider shut down her site after a complaint that it contained defamatory comments. The site contained legal opinions from Cherie Booth who concluded that the Law Society’s investigations were open to legal […]

Rabins snubs UK law firms to sell to investment bank

A second South African law firm has been bought by an investment bank after snubbing merger offers from international law firms. Rabin Van Den Berg & Pelkowitz is a 14-lawyer Johannesburg-based practice which split from top South African firm Werksmans five years ago to concentrate on international mergers and acquisitions work. The five-partner practice has […]

ABA meets its Waterloo

The much revered American Bar Association is facing a crisis of confidence as it drags its feet over the issue of multidisciplinary practices. Ryan Dunleavy assesses its chances for survival. The American Bar Association (ABA) is talked of with a reverence unheard of in lawyers’ conversations about the Law Society. It commands column inches in […]

Hengeler woos Deutsche bank senior counsel

Hengeler Mueller Weitzel Wirtz – Slaughter and May‘s “best friend” in Germany – has hired a senior counsel from Deutsche Bank. Wolfgang Gross signed a partnership agreement with Hengeler to start work at its Frankfurt office this month. But he was immediately sent on secondment to the New York office of Davis Polk & Wardwell, […]

Royal & SunAlliance drops Keogh Ritson

North West-based Keogh Ritson has been dropped from Royal & SunAlliance’s legal panel. The insurance specialist, which counts CGU and AXA Insurance among its clients, has been dropped from Royal & SunAlliance’s main line-up of firms but has retained a place as a nominated adviser on a number of insured companies. It is understood that […]

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