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By Daniel Read, Laura Shirreffs
Daniel Read is a senior associate in Ogier's Jersey dispute resolution team, focusing on commercial disputes and employment law, and assisting the corporate and banking teams....
By Rachael Reynolds, Shaun Maloney
The Grand Court of the Cayman Islands has granted Beddoe relief to a trustee, in circumstances where a successful third party claim would have exhausted the trust assets.
By Emily Haithwaite
In this Q&A, Emily considers the most recent regulatory developments and their impact on Jersey.
By Christopher Jones
The growth of "aircraft taxi" services worldwide has led to increasing demand for offshore aircraft registration services and asset finance, says Ogier partner Christopher Jones.
By Martyn Baudains
The latest residential property prices show growth in both turnover and values in what should be welcome news for the island, says Ogier's Head of Property Martyn Baudains.
By Bryon Rees, Craig Cordle
The impact of Brexit on fundraising and demonstrating substance in the context of BEPS and AIFMD are expected to be leading themes at the Ogier-sponsored Guernsey Funds Forum 2017 in London next week.
By Cline Glidden, James Bergstrom
The following is a review of the National Pensions (Amendment) Law, 2016 (the Law) which amends the National Pensions Law (2012 Revision).
By Rachael Reynolds
When can a foreign trustee end up in a US court?
By Julie Melia, Fiona Lilleyman, Marcus Leese, Lara Mardell
A curator is the person appointed by the Royal Court under the Mental Health (Jersey) Law, 1969 to conduct the affairs of someone found by the court to be incapable of managing his own property...
By Craig Cordle
A decade has passed since its inception, and there hasn't been a more sensible time to invest in the UK-REIT, says group partner Craig Cordle.
By Julie Melia
Ten years ago you probably didn't have a big online presence. Now, it's a fair bet that you have email, social media accounts, cloud-stored images, books, video and music, and possibly even online gambling accounts, Bitcoin and computer games.
By Caroline Bormans
In a world of anti-BEPS initiatives and EU anti-tax avoidance measures, the international tax scene is rapidly changing.
By Nicola Roberts
For the first time in around 40 years, Jersey's Viscount looks likely to be recognised by the English High Court to administer a major cross-border insolvency case.
By Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones is a partner in Ogier's Guernsey banking and finance team.
By Giorgio Subiotto
In July 2016 the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) issued further advice relating to extending the European Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) marketing passport...
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