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Building A Foundation – The New Hampshire Foundation Act
Non-charitable private foundations have long been used in civil law jurisdictions as an alternative to the common law ‘trust' to hold wealth for the benefit of a family.
United States
21 Nov 2018
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The Great Transatlantic Bake-Off: Dealing With Competing Civil Rights
As this year's Great British Bake-off (or ‘Great British Baking Show' to those in the US) nears the home straight, a Christian bakery in Northern Ireland ...
UK
17 Oct 2018
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Two Weddings And A Funeral
The claimant (Adejumoke Adepoju) was described by the judge as 'argumentative, theatrical and sure she was right' and that she 'asked questions rather than answering them.'
UK
22 Feb 2017
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Supreme Court Refuses To Pierce The Corporate Veil Regarding Employers' Liability
In Campbell (Appellant) v Gordon (Respondent) (Scotland) [2016] CSIH 11, the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal, upholding the decision of Court of Session (Inner House) not to attribute civil...
UK
8 Aug 2016
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'Let Us Never Negotiate Out Of Fear…' – Changes In Rules Governing Offers In Litigation
JFK famously said 'Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate.'
UK
15 Jun 2015
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Changes To Italian Civil Proceedings In Italy
On 6 November 2014, the Italian Parliament approved a bill to improve the efficiency of civil proceedings. The new rules are effective from 10 November 2014.
Italy
4 Dec 2014
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La (Mini) Riforma Della Giustizia In Italia
La normativa è entrata in vigore con la pubblicazione sulla Gazzetta Ufficiale 10.11.2014.
Italy
24 Nov 2014
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House Of Lords Report On The Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA)
On 13 March 2014, the House of Lords published its post-legislative scrutiny report on the MCA.
UK
9 Apr 2014
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FCA Bans Former BGC Senior Executive Due To The High Court’s Concerns Over His Fitness And Propriety
The FCA has published a final notice prohibiting inter-dealer broker Anthony Verrier, a former senior executive at BGC Brokers LP from performing any function relating to any regulated activity because it considers that he is not a fit and proper person due to concerns over his integrity.
UK
10 Feb 2014
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Changes To The Law On Litigation Funding In England & Wales: The Jackson Reforms II
On 1 April 2013 major reforms to the civil justice system in England came into effect.
UK
6 Jun 2013
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