Coronavirus: considerations for employers in the Channel Islands

With a host of good advice available on hygiene practices and travelling to affected areas, we take a look at some of the issues you might not have considered yet.

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Annual return reporting requirements for certain BVI licensees

The BVI Financial Services Commission (FSC) has introduced new annual return reporting requirements for certain categories of licensees, including trust companies, investment managers/ investment advisors and fund administrators.

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Council wins appeal on sale of former school site

Last month the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Rittson-Thomas v Oxfordshire County Council, concerning ‘section 2 reverter’ under the School Sites Act 1841. The judges unanimously allowed the appeal, finding in favour of the Council.


No5 Barristers successful in resisting Court of Appeal synagogue challenge

Chris Young QC and Howard Leithead have successfully resisted a challenge to a decision to grant planning permission by Brighton & Hove City Council. The planning permission was for a mixed-use development in Hove, including a new synagogue for the Brighton & Hove Hebrew Congregation. The No5 barristers represented AGB Reading LLP, the First Interested […]


Employment Tribunal sides with 2 Temple Gardens in “bitter and destructive” fight with former tenant

Allegations of race discrimination, victimisation and harassment against 2 Temple Gardens have been dismissed by the Employment Tribunal, with judges describing the recent case as a piece of “bitter and destructive litigation”. Daniel Matovu filed claims against 2TG, former head of chambers Neil Moody QC and senior clerk Lee Tyler back in 2019, with the […]

No5 barrister leads prosecution in West Midlands terrorism trial

Counsel from No5 Barristers’ Chambers is leading the prosecution in the trial of a teenager who is accused of terrorism offences. Matthew Brook told Birmingham Crown Court that the 16-year-old from Rugby, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had become ‘radicalised so he fully believed in extreme right-wing ideology’. The teenager has denied a […]

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DWF and RPC among four new firms on Dixons Carphone roster

Electrical retailer Dixons Carphone has appointed 14 firms to its panel, bringing on board four new ones to its roster. Bristows, DWF, RPC and Carson MacDowell are the four new firms that join the likes of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Addleshaw Goddard and DLA Piper after a tender process that started in November. The other firms […]

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