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Review Of 2018 Offshore Fund Disputes
Funds were very much in view in the offshore courts during 2018 with the high profile liquidations of Abraaj and Platinum Partners in the Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands
8 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Trust Disputes
In Bermuda, the Supreme Court considered whether it has jurisdiction to require the directors of a corporate trustee to resign
Bermuda
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Insolvency & Restructuring
Many offshore jurisdictions have dug into the foundations of proposed winding-up petitions to determine if a winding-up is indeed appropriate.
Guernsey
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Fund Disputes
Funds were very much in view in the offshore courts during 2018 with the high-profile liquidations of Abraaj and Platinum Partners in the Cayman Islands ...
Cayman Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Companies
In Antow Holdings Limited v. Best Nation Investments Limited, a case concerning a challenge to the transfer of shares, the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal ...
British Virgin Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts: Civil Procedure
When a Russian company brings a claim in the BVI against two Russian employees, employed under Russian law service agreements, it is perhaps not surprising that a forum challenge would ensue
British Virgin Islands
7 Feb 2019
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In The Courts In 2018: An Appleby Review Of Offshore Court Decisions
Welcome to the latest issue of Appleby's annual "In The Courts" publication, a round-up of the most interesting decisions handed down by the courts of our offshore jurisdictions in 2018.
Cayman Islands
7 Feb 2019
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Bermuda RSC Amended To Require Leave To Bring Derivative Actions
From 9 July 2018, derivative actions commenced in Bermuda may not be continued without leave from the Supreme Court.
Bermuda
26 Sep 2018
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Bermuda Court Rules Amended To Require Leave To Bring Derivative Actions
From 9 July 2018, derivative actions commenced in Bermuda may not be continued without leave from the Supreme Court. Until now the right to pursue claims derivatively was governed exclusively...
Bermuda
18 Jul 2018
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Recent Decisions From The Cayman Islands In Merger Valuation Disputes
A number of Section 238 cases are continuing to work their way through the courts.
Cayman Islands
27 Jun 2018
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In The Courts In 2017: An Appleby Review Of Offshore Court Decisions
It is once again time for Appleby's round-up of significant decisions handed down by the courts of our various jurisdictions in the preceding year.
Worldwide
31 Jan 2018
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A Comparison Of Mr Picard's Experiences In Cayman and the BVI
The decision earlier this year of Mr Justice Jones in the Financial Services Division of the Cayman Islands gave a broad interpretation of the assistance that may be available to a foreign insolvency representative at common law.
Cayman Islands
27 Aug 2013
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Cooking Your Goose Hong Kong Style
The recent decision of Mr Justice Harris in the case of Re Yung Kee Holdings Ltd, [2012] 6 HKC 246, in the Court of First Instance in Hong Kong has highlighted some of the issues that can arise in resolving shareholder disputes where offshore companies are used to hold assets and businesses elsewhere.
Bermuda
16 Apr 2013
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The Appleby 2012 Offshore Round-Up: Company Law
A summary of one the key company law decisions handed down in the leading offshore jurisdiction relating to shareholders derivative actions.
Bermuda
8 Feb 2013
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BVI Court Of Appeal Dismisses Madoff Feeder Fund Claw Back Claim
Fairfield Sentry Limited was one of a number of feeder funds into the now infamous Bernard L Madoff Investment Securities LLC.
British Virgin Islands
2 Jul 2012
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Dispute Resolution Review (4th edition) - British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands (‘BVI’) are located approximately 60 miles due east of Puerto Rico at the north-eastern corner of the Caribbean Sea.
British Virgin Islands
 
4 May 2012
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Significant Changes To The Civil Procedure Rules Of The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court
On the 1st October 2011 a number of changes will come into force to the Civil Procedure Rules of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (ECSC).
Bermuda
29 Sep 2011
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