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By Laurent Thailly, Fiona Schneider
Filling the void: Luxembourg leads the way in Europe by regulating the ownership of space resources.
By Sara Johns
The Channel Islands Competition & Regulatory Authorities (CICRA) have issued new guidance on the process for obtaining their approval of a notifiable merger or acquisition in Jersey and Guernsey.
By Rachael Reynolds, Nick Williams, Alex Horsbrugh-Porter, Nicola Roberts, Nicholas Brookes
Reforms of Jersey's litigation rules came into force on 1 June. Counsel Nicola Roberts from our Jersey Dispute Resolution team looks at the key developments.
By Simon Davies, Abby Lund
On 8 February 2017, Ogier reported on the RBS Issue Rights Litigation. A recent decision of the High Court of England and Wales follows that judgment and extends the trend, ...
By Daniel Richards
From the perspective of The International Stock Exchange, there have been three significant developments over the last 12 months:
By Giorgio Subiotto, Nicholas Plowman, Nick Rogers
The pace of regulatory developments in the offshore arena means that change is now constant.
By Daniel Read
An employer's defence against claims under both the employment and discrimination laws was rejected for being filed late – and employment law specialist Daniel Read says that the case should remind employers...
By Niamh Lalor, Emily Haithwaite, Simon Schilder, Joanna Christensen, Alexandra O'Grady, Stephanie Edge, Tatiana Collins (nee Brissova), Tara Kapur, Ben Vickers
In June 2017, the Government of Jersey published a survey inviting local businesses from all industries to provide their views on Brexit and the potential impact it might have on them.
By Julie Melia, Fiona Lilleyman
Jersey Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration were issued to Executors and Administrators from 74 worldwide jurisdictions last year, underlining the international aspect of probate and estate work in the Island.
By Katherine Neal, Steve Meiklejohn, James Campbell, Richard Laignel, Matthew Freegard
HMRC's successful appeal against the owners of the now-liquidated Glasgow Rangers FC is likely to lead to further challenges against Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT) and other loan and benefit schemes that have not yet gone through the settlement process.
By James Campbell, Gavin Ferguson, Marcus Leese, Mathew Newman, Anthony Partridge
For the first time, a Guernsey trustee has sought advice from the Royal Court over whether it should submit to the jurisdiction of a foreign court – notwithstanding the firewall provisions of the island's trusts law.
By Rachael Reynolds, Shaun Maloney
In the case of X (as Trustee of the A Trust) v Y (as Beneficiary of the A Trust) (unreported) 15 March 2017, Smellie CJ, the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands granted Beddoe relief to a trustee...
By Richard Laignel
The essence of the arrangement was that Rangers paid monies into the EBT and further into various sub-trusts for the benefit of players and other senior figures within the club.
By Mathew Newman
The case relates to a funded unapproved retirement benefits scheme (or FURBS) which is a Guernsey trust and holds assets of significant value, for the benefit of the sole member of the FURBS...
By Anthony Partridge
The Cayman Islands beneficial ownership regime (Regime) came into force on 1 July 2017.
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