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By Cedric Danois
As international clients from common law jurisdictions expand their businesses in a civil law jurisdiction such as Luxembourg, the question of the enforceability of the liquidated damages and penalty clause ...
By Marc Kish, Simon Davies, Oliver Payne, Rachael Reynolds, Rachel Richardson, Deborah Barker Roye, Joey Cheung, Britt Smith, David Freeman
In a landmark ruling, the Grand Court of Cayman approved a third party litigation funding agreement.
By Kate Kirk
The Channel Islands Student Business Challenge is supporting 250 students from seven schools in Jersey and Guernsey to start-up and run their own businesses with an initial investment of £100 per team.
By Simon Dinning
With over 20 years' experience as a lawyer, and nearly 10 years working at Ogier, Simon Dinning has worked through some of the biggest transformations the legal profession has seen for generations.
By Bradley Kruger
Bradley Kruger is a partner in Ogier's Cayman team, and heads the firms Caribbean and Asia corporate practice. In this Q&A he explores the offshore perspective on blockchain and crypto-currencies.
By Benjamin Devouassoux, Laurent Thailly
Two bills of law were filed on 6 December 2017 by the Luxembourg Ministry of Justice with a view to transposing articles 30 and 31 of the Directive (EU) 2015/849 ...
By Peter Longstaffe
The purpose of this briefing is to highlight the principal requirements and key issues to be considered when considering the listing of debt securities on The International Stock Exchange (TISE or the Exchange).
By Daniel Read
This is a common problem for employers in Jersey, given the impact of fog or snow on flights to the Island. There have also been issues this year with strikes in France and the UK affecting ferries...
By Victoria Grogan
Many people don't realise what is involved in administering a person's estate until they have to do it themselves...
By Martyn Baudains, Piers Dereham
On 15th November 2017, The Document Duty (Guernsey) Law 2017 came into force, bringing the payment of duty on transfer of real property (houses and land) more into line with modern life.
By Victoria Grogan
In this Q&A, Ogier counsel and probate manager Victoria Grogan looks at some of the key changes due to come into force in Jersey law this year, alongside the areas of law most likely to be discussed in 2018.
By Edward Mackereth, Giorgio Subiotto, Nick Rogers, Marcus Leese, Simon Davies, Raulin Amy, Simon Felton, Matthew Shaxson, Michael Killourhy, Laurent Thailly, Anthony Partridge, Piers Dryden, Liana Pallot, Cory Macculloch
Ogier's lawyers write around 200 briefings each year, and the publications that earn the most "clicks" always throw up a few surprises.
By Laurent Thailly
On 15 December 2017, the Grand-Ducal Regulation (A1066) on the coordination of the amended law of 10 August 1915 relating to commercial companies (the Law) was published in the Luxembourg Official Gazette ...
By Claire Smith
The case of a family who have to leave their £600,000 home of 31 years over a boundary dispute underlines the importance of getting expert legal advice over property disputes ...
By Michael Killourhy
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has enacted the eagerly awaited Limited Partnership Act (the Limited Partnership Act or the Act).
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