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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 […]


French full partner

Pascal Roux, a corporate finance and banking partner based at Richards Butler’s Paris office, has become the first registered foreign lawyer to become a full partner at the City firm. Roux has been a local partner at the Paris office since 1995, having joined the firm a year previously. The firm has also promoted two […]

Threat of price rise on non-Crest deals

LawShare is planning to increase its charges for members who do not make use of the electronic share-dealing service, Crest. The company is currently looking at how it can balance out charges for those using Crest and those who prefer to use share certificates. Spokesman Chris Bishop said: “The costs of not being in Crest […]

In brief: Norton Rose accused of discrimination

A former Norton Rose secretary, Cheryl Pascal, is claiming unfair dismissal and racial discrimination against the firm, its head of personnel Celia Staples and director of administration Patrick Stone. Stratford Industrial Tribunal heard how Pascal had worked at the firm for eight years before her dismissal in February last year. “There was a systematic attempt […]

Turcan Connell plans in-house finance service

Edinburgh firm Turcan Connell, the private client offshoot of Dundas & Wilson, is to launch an in-house investment management service later this year. The seven-partner firm, which opened its doors last month and which has remained in the same building as its old firm, has appointed Peter Rintoul as its investment director. Rintoul, a chartered […]

In brief: Flemings creates post for Geoffrey Howe

Geoffrey Howe, who steps down after 10 years as managing partner of Clifford Chance next year will become general counsel and a director of merchant bank Robert Fleming. Flemings said the post of general counsel has been created for him.

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