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Innovative new law opens Guernsey up to Artificial Intelligence

By Andrew Munro The newly enacted Electronic Transactions (Electronic Agents) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2019, which came into force on 1st March this year, signals a turning point in law for companies using Artificial Intelligence which itself represents an area of exponential growth and critical importance for future development in many areas and sectors worldwide. This exciting […]

CSSF on mandatory notifications in a no-deal Brexit context

Following the publication of Luxembourg laws of 8 April 2019 (see our previous briefing here), the Luxembourg Financial Sector Supervisory Authority (CSSF) has issued two press releases aimed at undertakings for collective investment (UCIs) and/or their managers, and certain firms currently authorised in the United Kingdom (UK) which intend to continue their activities in Luxembourg […]

Economic substance laws: the private wealth context

By Richard Laignel  Recently as part of on-going international initiatives, a large number of international finance centres (including Jersey, Guernsey, BVI and Cayman) have passed new laws requiring companies which are tax resident in such centres and also conducting certain types of activities to demonstrate that they have an adequate level of physical substance and […]

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Collyer Bristow hires IP specialist Tim Bamford from Withers

Collyer Bristow has announced that it has recruited intellectual property (IP) specialist Tim Bamford from Withers, where he had been a partner since 2005.  Bamford is the latest in a series of four partner-level hires to join the firm in the last three months. His new role commenced on 2 January 2014. He is an established IP litigator with […]

Security for costs and enforcement of New York convention arbitration awards

In the case of Diag Human SE v Czech Republic [2013] EWHC 3190 (Comm), 25 October 2013, the Commercial Court has confirmed that it has jurisdiction to grant security for costs against claimants seeking to enforce arbitration awards in the English court under the New York Convention. Despite the Commercial Court refusing to exercise its […]

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European moves: 9 January 2014

All the latest partner hires and other appointments within Continental European firms and offices. Benelux Dutch firm Kennedy Van der Laan has elected Bart de Man as its managing partner. He succeeds Casper Schouten, who served on the Board since 2010. Patrick Wit has also joined the executive board. De Man has been working at […]

Keeping it in-house

Over the last few years the balance of power between in-house and private practice has shifted and the need for outside advice has changed substantially. The news this week that Balfour Beatty has done the legal work on the £154m transformation of the Olympic stadium itself merely confirms that the change is for good. Balfour […]

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