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Reflecting On Reflective Loss
The common law principle of reflective loss has been judicially described as a "perplexing and developing area".
Cayman Islands
29 Jul 2019
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Gross Negligence Revisited
This has included auditors, administrators and custodians, as well as persons serving as independent directors.
Cayman Islands
12 Jul 2019
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When Do Directors Owe Their Duties To A Company's Creditors Rather Than Its Shareholders?
The Court of Appeal has recently ruled in BTI 2014 LLC -v- Sequana SA & Ors [2019] EWCA Civ 112 that an otherwise lawful dividend may still be found to be a transaction defrauding creditors.
British Virgin Islands
4 Jul 2019
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In the Matter Of A Trust
Following the Settlor's death, the Trustee began preparing for the distribution of the Trust assets.
Cayman Islands
3 Jun 2019
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Changing With The Times: The Cayman Islands' Trusts Law Gets A Revamp
Legislative amendments to the Cayman Islands' Trusts Law have been passed and are expected to take effect shortly.
Cayman Islands
30 May 2019
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Every Ending Is A New Beginning
These decisions remind us that for every new beginning, there is an opportunity for a quick end.
Cayman Islands
26 Mar 2019
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Litigation 2019 – Bermuda
Bermuda is a self-governing colony; its head of state is the head of state of the United Kingdom. Bermuda has a written constitution which has been in operation since 21 February 1968.
Bermuda
26 Feb 2019
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The BVI Commercial Court Confirms Its Pro-Enforcement Approach To Arbitration Awards
Following the passing of the 2013 Arbitration Act and the subsequent establishment of the International Arbitration Centre, the BVI is committed to both the conduct of arbitrations in the jurisdiction ...
British Virgin Islands
24 Jan 2019
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Settling Litigation In The Cayman Islands
The thought of settling in the Cayman Islands almost always evokes images of white sand beaches, calm blue seas and maybe even a cold piña colada.
Cayman Islands
24 Jan 2019
10
Costs Orders In Winding Up Petitions: In The Matter Of Abraaj Holdings
In the case of insolvency proceedings, the Court is often required to consider what is best for the stakeholders of the Company as a whole.
Cayman Islands
9 Jan 2019
11
Getting It Done On Time And Getting It Done Right
We are often advised against leaving things to the last minute (and for good reason).
Cayman Islands
26 Nov 2018
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Application Granted For Sanction To Enter Into A Litigation Funding Agreement
In the recent decision of in In the Matter of the Companies Law (2018 Revision) and In the Matter of Platinum Partners Value Arbitrage Fund L.P. (In Official Liquidation) the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands granted an application ...
Cayman Islands
6 Nov 2018
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Grand Court Delivers 366 Page Judgment In In Re Torchlight Fund L.P.
Yesterday the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands delivered its long awaited judgment in the winding up proceedings brought against the Torchlight Fund L.P. ("Torchlight"). Conyers is Cayman counsel for Torchlight.
Cayman Islands
27 Sep 2018
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Calm After The Storm - BVI Gets Back To Business
There are many hurdles cross-border high-value litigation throws up before a seasoned lawyer but 200mph winds, razed infrastructure and departmental displacement are not ordinarily among them.
British Virgin Islands
14 Sep 2018
15
A Contractual Term Solid As A Rock
Non-Lawyers may be surprised to know that the omnipotence paradox is a commonly considered topic by law students.
Cayman Islands
13 Sep 2018
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In The Matter Of Ardon Maroon Asia Master Fund
Cayman Grand Court rules on the natural and ordinary meaning of fund constitutional documents in preference to following common practice in the funds industry.
Cayman Islands
5 Sep 2018
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British Virgin Islands
17 Jul 2018
18
The BVI Extends Visa Exemption To PRC Nationals
The BVI Government has enacted a measure which exempts nationals of the People's Republic of China from the need to apply for a visa to visit the BVI for up to six months for business or tourism purposes.
British Virgin Islands
16 Jul 2018
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The Privy Council Exercises Its Leverage To Dismiss The Appeal In: Al Sadik -v- Investcorp Bank BSC And Others
On 18 June 2018, the long running case of Al Sadik -v- Investcorp Bank BSC and others reached its conclusion in the Privy Council. Investment Managers will welcome the Privy Council's dismissal...
Cayman Islands
11 Jul 2018
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Bermuda's New Privacy Legislation
For any organisation, personal information about customers, clients, employees and suppliers is a valuable asset. But it is also a responsibility.
Bermuda
17 Jun 2018
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