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Dispute Judgments Mean That Guernsey's Trusts Sector Is A Winner
This emphasises one of the Island's key strengths – that Guernsey's trusts legislation and its well established court and its wealth of case law provide certainty and clarity for trustees.
Guernsey
1 Aug 2018
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Trust Essentials - July 2018
At Ogier we continue to see Jersey trust companies winning substantive mandates for new private wealth structures.
Jersey
27 Jul 2018
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Two Islands, Two Courts, Two Laws – And Two Different Approaches To Hastings-Bass
The rule in Hastings-Bass gives the court discretion to set aside an exercise of power if a trustee failed to take into account relevant considerations when exercising the power, or took into account...
Guernsey
16 May 2018
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New Ground In Insolvency In Guernsey
Ogier's team continues to be at the forefront of Restructuring and Insolvency law, acting in two matters that have broken new ground in Guernsey recently.
Guernsey
3 May 2018
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Providence: Royal Court Of Guernsey Approves Litigation Funding Agreement
A recent decision of the Royal Court has considered for the first time in open court the issue of whether an agreement with a third party to fund litigation would be void as a matter of Guernsey...
Guernsey
30 Oct 2017
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Trust Essentials - July 2017
For the first time, a Guernsey trustee has sought advice from the Royal Court over whether it should submit to the jurisdiction of a foreign court – notwithstanding the firewall provisions of the island's trusts law.
Worldwide
21 Jul 2017
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FURBS And Firewalls (In The Matter Of The A Limited FURBS And The B EBT)
The case relates to a funded unapproved retirement benefits scheme (or FURBS) which is a Guernsey trust and holds assets of significant value, for the benefit of the sole member of the FURBS...
Guernsey
19 Jul 2017
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Does Legal Advice Privilege Always Extend To The "Client"?
The protection of legal advice provided by a lawyer to their client is critical for a number of obvious reasons.
Guernsey
21 Feb 2017
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In Your Court: Offshore Dispute Resolution Review October 2016
Seven years after he was sentenced to prison for 150 years for frauds worth an estimated $65 billion, the legal repercussions of the Bernie Madoff prosecution rumble on.
Jersey
21 Oct 2016
10
Lessons To Be Learned From A Recent Guernsey Regulatory Matter
We were recently instructed by a Bank in relation to a regulatory matter. The Bank had made a suspicious activity report to the FIU due to their concerns about the potential source of funds in an account.
Guernsey
14 Oct 2016
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Lessons To Be Learned From A Recent Regulatory Matter
We were recently instructed by a Bank in relation to a regulatory matter. The Bank had made a suspicious activity report to the Financial Investigation Unit ("FIU") due to their concerns about the potential source of funds in an account.
Guernsey
27 Sep 2016
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Administration Management – New Legislation Confirms Court's Powers Subject To Provisions Of Companies Law
This was to ensure the protection of the reputation of the Bailiwick of Guernsey as a place to do business.
Guernsey
1 Aug 2016
13
Regulatory Penalties – An Update – Guidance From The Court Of Appeal
On 27 May 2015, Ogier published an article examining the way in which the Guernsey Financial Services Commission (the GFSC) imposes sanctions and the scrutiny the same are subject to by the Royal Court of Guernsey (the Court).
Guernsey
24 Jun 2016
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Administration Management – The GFSC's Interventionist Powers And The Royal Court's Approach
The protection of investors is important for the reputation of any jurisdiction. In the Bailiwick of Guernsey, the Guernsey Financial Services Commission and the Royal Court of Guernsey have a significant role to play in that regard.
Guernsey
10 Jun 2016
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An Update Of The Royal Court Of Guernsey's Rules On Civil Procedure
The Rules have now been in force for some 8 years and have made a significant difference to the way civil cases are fought and progressed.
Guernsey
10 Jun 2016
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Ogier Shows Cross Jurisdictional Restructuring And Insolvency Strength In International Corporate Rescue
Our three contributions this issue cover issues of Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey insolvency law. For your interest we have linked to the full text of each article below, as well as an earlier submission on Insolvent Trusts.
Worldwide
7 Jun 2016
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Evidence In Civil Proceedings – An Update
Mathew Newman, a partner in Ogier's Dispute Resolution team, examines the practical impact of the Law and the accompanying rules (the Evidence in Civil Proceedings Rules, 2011 and relevant Guernsey case law in the last 3 years.
Guernsey
1 Jun 2016
18
Proposals For Changes To Guernsey Insolvency Law
On 11 February 2016 the States of Guernsey Commerce and Employment Department published a consultation response document setting out proposed changes to Guernsey's insolvency regime.
Guernsey
31 May 2016
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Time To Say Goodbye: Our Employment Team Advise On The Best Ways To Terminate Employment
The termination of an employment contract is often described as being like a divorce if things don't go well; particularly so when post termination restrictions are involved.
Jersey
12 May 2016
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When Trusts Law And Insolvency Collide
The Joint Administrators of Ceona Crewing Limited (Company) made an application in September 2015 pursuant to section 379(3) of the Companies (Guernsey) Law, 2008...
Guernsey
18 Apr 2016
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