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Appointment Of Mr Justice Wallbank
We are pleased to inform you of the announcement last week by the Judicial Commission of Mr Gerhard Wallbank as an acting Judge of the Commercial Division of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court ...
British Virgin Islands
27 May 2019
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In Conversation With Sebastian Said, Partner At Appleby In The Cayman Islands
A recent decision of the Grand Court has opened the door to litigation funding in the Cayman Islands, which is now poised to be among the first offshore jurisdictions to welcome the industry and benefit from the opportunities it presents.
Cayman Islands
26 Apr 2019
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BVI Court Underlines Willingness To Support Foreign Arbitral Proceedings
The BVI Court of Appeal recently handed down an important decision in relation to the power of the Court to grant injunctive relief in support ...
British Virgin Islands
23 Apr 2019
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Summary Of Recent Changes In Arbitration In Mauritius
On 12 July 2018, the London Court of International Arbitration-Mauritius International Arbitration Centre (LCIA-MIAC) announced that the joint venture, which the LCIA entered into with the Mauritian
Mauritius
8 Apr 2019
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Les Institutions Agréées
There has been a growing interest to ascribe a meaning to the phrase ‘institutions agréées' since the Mauritian Supreme Court (Supreme Court)
Mauritius
8 Apr 2019
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Scope Of Exequatur
This article provides an analysis of the likelihood of enforcing foreign judgments against foreign parties before the Mauritian Supreme Court.
Mauritius
8 Apr 2019
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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
12
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
13
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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Asda Equal Pay Claims: Victory For Shop Workers In The Court Of Appeal
Today the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment on comparability in the case of Asda Stores Ltd v Brierley and others [2019] EWCA Civ 44, which is the UK's largest ever private sector equal pay claim.
Isle of Man
6 Feb 2019
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PIAM v Upper Brook (A) Ltd & Ors: Important Decision On Scope Of UN And EU Sanctions
International sanctions were imposed by the United Nations in respect of Libya in 2011.
Cayman Islands
5 Feb 2019
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Economic Substance Requirements In The British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) government has enacted legislation that will require certain BVI entities carrying on specified activities to have ‘adequate substance' in the BVI.
British Virgin Islands
7 Jan 2019
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Vicarious Liability At The Christmas After-Party
With the holiday season fast approaching and with it the obligatory work related holiday parties, a recent ruling in the UK regarding the vicarious liability of an employer in respect of an injury...
Bermuda
4 Dec 2018
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Legal 500 M&A Guide 2018 - Mauritius Update
There are three recent developments that will impact the Mauritian offshore commercial market.
Mauritius
29 Nov 2018
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Update On The Isle Of Man Personal Injury Discount Rate
We have previously reported on the change to the discount rate in England and Wales, announced by the Lord Chancellor on 27 February 2017 ...
Isle of Man
28 Nov 2018
20
Haro, Guts, Girdles And Hatts – Some Peculiarities Of Guernsey Law
The Bailiwick of Guernsey was originally part of the Duchy of Normandy but in 1204 when English troops were driven from Normandy, the islands remained the possession of the English Crown.
Guernsey
13 Nov 2018
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