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The Bermuda Private Trust Company Guide

Private trust companies (‘PTCs’) may be described as companies established to act as trustees for one or more trusts that are related in some way e.g. made in connection with the same family group, philanthropic or charitable organisations, business or investment funds. Bermuda has a stellar international reputation and is a popular jurisdiction in which […]

Where will it end? A different perspective

The reach of the Supreme Court’s decision in the goods and services discrimination complaint of Lee v Ashers Baking Company Ltd [2018] IRLR 1116 is starting to reveal itself. In the recent EAT decision in Gan Menachem Hendon Ltd v Groen UKEAT/0059/18/OO the Tribunal’s finding of direct discrimination on grounds of religion or belief was overturned on the basis […]

Neota Roundtable Roundup: How can AI Automation transform legal departments?

Neota launched their first in a series of roundtable events in New York this week. The event was designed for in house legal departments to discuss how they can leverage AI automation to transform their legal department and overcome the challenge of achieving ‘more with less’. We were joined by professionals from KPMG, JP Morgan, […]

2019 Gender Pay Gap Reporting

By David Smedley, Andrew Raymen The 4 April 2019 deadline for private sector employers with more than 250 staff to publish their second round of gender pay gap reports (based on a ‘snapshot date’ of 5 April 2018) is fast approaching. What trends and observations can be drawn from the 2018 reports and how can […]

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CC Rogers &Wells to fight for Mastercard in anti-trust case

CC Rogers & Wells is acting on its first major showcase trial since merging with Clifford Chance. The firm is representing long-term client Mastercard as it begins its battle with the US Department of Justice (DOJ). Along with Visa, Mastercard stands accused of violating anti-trust laws by limiting competition through tie-ups with the banking industry. […]

… while it escapes a court action

DAC is breathing a collective sigh of relief after narrowly avoiding being dragged through the courts by one of its former lawyers. Former joint head of DAC’s EL/PL (employer liability/public liability) department Noel Tarleton attempted to take his former firm to a tribunal for constructive dismissal after leaving the practice earlier this year. Both parties […]

Studio Legale to open in Genoa after local merger

Studio Legale Sutti is to open an office in Genoa, having merged with local firm Studio Pennisi. The firm’s inherited team of three partners and six associates specialise in maritime law and its office will add to the Studio Legale’s existing network of offices in Rome, Milan, London and Tokyo. Managing partner Stefano Sutti says […]

DAC loses the Norwich Union to Barlow Lyde

DAVIES Arnold Cooper is suffering from a double blow after losing yet another client to Barlow Lyde & Gilbert. Norwich Union has already transferred over 150 cases, worth a minimum of £100,000 each, to Barlow Lyde which has steadily been taking on lawyers from DAC’s common law department since April. It is believed that the […]

New York armof Graham & James splits

San Francisco firm Graham & James is turning its back on its New York office in order to merge with Squire Sanders & Dempsey. The New York practice, which includes the firm’s highly rated intellectual property practice, is understood to be talking to a number of other firms about its future. Top IP partner Al […]

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