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Guernsey’s new ILS hybrid – getting even closer to the risk

Carey Olsen partner Christopher Anderson recently introduced the concept of a hybrid vehicle for use in the insurance-linked securities (ILS) industry. Here, he explains how and why he came up with the idea of the world’s first ILS hybrid. As is often said, the best ideas are always the simplest. That is reassuringly accurate for […]

Fracking, protestors and injunctions against ‘persons unknown’: Court of Appeal offers guidance amid controversial context

By David Manda, Ruth Ormrod In the recent case of Boyd v Ineos Upstream, a hotly anticipated appeal involving fracking protestors, the Court of Appeal has provided guidance on the highly topical subject of bringing injunctions against ‘persons unknown’.  Walker Morris’ specialist Real Estate Litigators David Manda and Ruth Ormrod explain and offer some practical advice.

Employment legislation update – May 2019

By David Smedley, Andrew Rayment, Shakeel Dad The last few months have seen many announcements in relation to changes expected in the employment law arena. With new information being received almost weekly, our legislation update sets out the changes in chronological order and highlights the headline points together with the proposed or confirmed implementation dates.

Case Law Update – May 2019

Nosworthy v Instinctif Partners Ltd UKEAT/0100/18 – ‘Bad leaver’ provision requiring forfeiture of shares and loan notes was not unlawful In this case, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that a bad leaver provision forcing an employee to give up her shareholding if she resigned was not an ‘unconscionable bargain’. Nor was it void as […]

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Legal Task Force aims to protect employees with indemnity clause

A TASK Force of young solicitors and freelance practitioners has launched a model clause in a bid to stop partners suing their staff for negligence. The clause includes an indemnity by the employer against all liabilities and claims which might be made against a member of staff and pledges the firm will not attempt to […]

Outlaw age discrimination urges report

LEGISLATION to outlaw age discrimination in employment is recommended by a report from the Law Society’s employment law committee. The report, ‘Age discrimination and employment law’, said persuasion and voluntary action had a part to play against ageism, but “lasting change will only come with legislation”. Janet Gaymer, committee chair and partner of City firm […]

In brief: Murder mystery at Law Teacher event

A major conference at the end of this will month begin with a murder and end with a debate on the state of legal education. The Association of Law Teachers is kicking off its 31st annual conference with a pre-conference social event – a murder mystery dinner called Murder on the Ocean – at the […]

Wrong answer, wrong question

‘Mears takes up Rights of Audience Gauntlet’ (The Lawyer 6 February) is the latest round in the seemingly endless Bar Wars between solicitors and barristers. City firms are still complaining that the rules for solicitors to qualify as advocates are too restrictive and Mr Mears wants a “level playing field” with the Bar. These attempts […]

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