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A. Karitzis & Associates L.L.C
We are glad to announce that A. Karitzis & Associates LLC, contributes the 7th Edition of the exclusive chapter on Cyprus to the ICLG to Corporate Immigration 2020.
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
The Intellectual and Industrial Property Section of the Department of the Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver has recently released the Intellectual Property Rights (‘IPRs') statistics regarding
Michael Kyprianou Advocates & Legal Consultants
The acquisition of a Title Deed is usually simple and straightforward, however, at times it can also involve a very complex and specialised process which understandably is not always very clear to the average person.
Malta
Camilleri Preziosi Advocates
Following an announcement by the Commissioner for Revenue ("CfR") on the 10th of August 2020, taxpayers have been notified that the FSS forms have been updated to align such with the changes
UK
Digital Law
•In order to demonstrate compliance with the ePrivacy Directive, GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 every website must have a clear and concise privacy policy. This will remain law after Brexit too
Gilson Gray
As restrictions are eased over the coming weeks and months, many landlords and tenants have turned their attention to reopening offices and bringing employees back when lockdown is lifted.
Rollits LLP
When entering into an infrastructure agreement such as a section 104 agreement or section 38 agreement, it is often tempting to sign off the agreement
Rollits LLP
In a recent article, I provided on update on the suspension of evictions in relation to residential properties, highlighting that a freeze on repossession actions had been extended until 24 August
Rollits LLP
A recent case demonstrates how intermingling business arrangements within families can create a further layer of difficulty when marriages breakdown and emotions run high.
Rollits LLP
The recent case of Shapton v Seviour (2020) provides a welcome example of the Court coming to what many would consider to be a sensible conclusion to what,
Rollits LLP
HM Treasury has issued a further Treasury Direction, outlining the second phase of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS),
Rollits LLP
On 8 April 2020, the Chancellor announced that the Government will provide £750 million of funding to support charities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rollits LLP
The Charity Commission has confirmed that charities can use their reserves to help them to cope with the Covid-19 situation.
Gilson Gray
Chris Plews of Gilson Gray Financial Management and Ian Price, Divisional Director of St. James's Place discuss the issues around Defined Benefit Pension transfers in this video and accompanying...
Gilson Gray
Tenant clients are the letting industry's fuel and in the changing and testing times that lockdown has brought upon us, the demand for rental properties has reached new levels.
Gilson Gray
Many licensed trade and hospitality premises are hoping to reopen their doors this Wednesday, 15th July, after months of closure. There is new Scottish Government...
Gilson Gray
With the slow easing of lockdown measures we could be forgiven for evoking Churchill. Confidence is returning as we start to venture out with some renewed confidence.
Gilson Gray
If you do business with companies in the USA – and potentially even anywhere outside Europe – you might find that you have a new problem.
Gilson Gray
At the outset of the Covid 19 lockdown all scheduled hearings with the First Tier Tribunal Housing and Property Chamber were automatically rescheduled to 28th of May 2020
Gilson Gray
Further to the First Minister's announcement on Thursday 18th June, there are many Scottish licensees who are understandably upset and disappointed that beer gardens and street café areas...
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