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By Tara Cubbon
In the recent case of A Limited FURBS [2017] 21/2017, the Guernsey Court held that, in the exceptional circumstances arising...
By Leanne McKeown
Head of the top ranked employment team, Leanne McKeown, together with associate Tara Cubbon are the authors of the inaugural IOM chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
By Annemarie Hughes
Annemarie Hughes, director and head of the team is delighted to announce the launch of the new Isle of Man chapter of the guide, one of a number of Practice Guides produced by Chambers and Partners.
By Jessica McManus
When Bruce becomes Caitlyn, and the trouble with the toilets...
By Tara Cubbon
Assets of husband's "Dear me" trust included in wife's huge 453.6 million (41.5 per cent of total marital assets) divorce award.
By Annemarie Hughes
In October last year we reported on the Isle of Man's first Tax Information Exchange Agreement (TIEA) case.
By Sinead OConnor
DQ's Head of Regulatory & Compliance Services, Sinead O'Connor, spoke last week (26 April 2017) at a conference in London on the new corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent...
By Libby Gordon
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the inheritance case of Ilott v Mitson.
By Tara Cubbon
Obese, depressed and diabetic employees: are they disabled? Obesity, depression and diabetes are not conditions that ordinarily give rise to a view that the persons suffering are disabled.
By Kirsten Middleton
Document retention is a hot topic, in light of various leaks that have taken place and most notably the Panama Papers, where some of the leaked documentation dated back to the 1970s.
By Leanne McKeown
A leading Isle of Man employment law specialist has launched the first product of its kind to train Isle of Man workers in equality legislation.
By Leanne McKeown
The Isle of Man Equality Act is making its passage through Tynwald and it is estimated that it will receive Royal Assent by Summer 2017.
By Annemarie Hughes
There are a number of ways in which a Trust may end. This may involve action taken by the Trustees, the Settlor, the Beneficiaries, a third party or the Court.
By Sinead OConnor
The US Internal Revenue Service has announced (16 February 2017) that avoiding tax by hiding money or assets in unreported offshore accounts remains on its 2017 list of tax scams that it calls...
By Adam Killip
2017 already looks like being a busy year for Tynwald, the Island's parliament, but one of the most important bills likely to be introduced into the House of Keys in the next few weeks...
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