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Are you ready for the immigration shake-up?

With COVID-19 continuing to dominate the headlines, it is perhaps easy to forget that the UK’s Brexit transition period is due to end on 31 December 2020. This will bring about the biggest change to UK immigration laws in recent memory and will have a direct impact on how employers recruit overseas staff. EU Settlement […]

Client Advisory: US Government Ramps Up Actions to Combat Forced Labor

The US executive and legislative branches are ratcheting up pressure on companies to address forced labor in their supply chains. The US Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) has in recent months announced a series of Withhold Release Orders (WROs) and a Finding following investigations into forced labor. Additionally, the US […]

The Cayman Islands administrative fines regime & investment funds

CIMA now has the ability to issue administrative fines for breaches committed by entities or individuals of prescribed provisions of laws, regulations and rules regulated by CIMA. On 26 June 2020, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority’s (“CIMA”) powers to impose administrative fines were extended by the enactment of the Monetary Authority (Administrative Fines) (Amendment) Regulations, […]

How to Apply for a Judicial Review and how to Appeal a Decision

A Judicial Review is the vehicle by which the decisions of public authorities of all descriptions (including the government) can be challenged to establish their legality and whether the principles of public law have been complied with. The current on-going crisis that has arisen due to the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a raft of […]

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When partnership pitfalls are greater than the perks

Carry out a straw poll on what thrusting young things fresh out of law school dream of, and for most of them the job title “partner” would come marginally ahead of the top-of-the-range convertible. To come to the end of your career still as an assistant would, to many, be tantamount to failure, but attaining […]

Personnel head quits CPS as selection row rumbles

THE HEAD of personnel is quitting the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) amid protests from lawyers that he was wrongly involved in selection procedures for new jobs. Glyn Harvey will take early retirement, as the CPS continues to lose senior staff in advance of its 1 April reorganisation. Harvey, head of personnel, training and development, is […]

TV football trial could cost £40m in fees

THE combined legal bill for the investigation into television football rights could run to as much as £40m, according to lawyers involved in the action. As the three-month trial passes the half-way mark, lawyers involved say estimates of huge legal costs, from “well into the £20m-mark, and up to £40m, are credible”. The premiership’s costs […]

November Group shuns court case

The November Meeting Group (NMG), which is campaigning to buy insurance on the open market, has shunned Michael Dalton’s pleas for help in his fight to take the Law Society to the European High Court. Dalton, who is seeking a judicial review of his Solicitors Indemnity Fund (SIF) bill, approached Paul Clements, acting chairman at […]

Horses and carriages etc

We are the solicitors for Mrs Pamela Rosemary White. We have seen the article entitled “Increase in Divorce Pay Out” in the Litigator’s View column of The Lawyer dated 1 March. We would like to clarify any misunderstanding arising from this article. On 18 February, the House of Lords gave both Mr White and Mrs […]

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