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Collas Crill
'Without prejudice' privilege (WPP) is a valuable tool for parties who are genuinely trying to settle a dispute out of court. As the Royal Court noted in Kilbey v Grafters Limited [2015]...
Appleby
It was announced in July that the Government of Jersey is seeking to amend the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the Companies Law), to introduce a process whereby a creditor can apply to the court for an insolvent company
Viberts
The trials and tribulations that have been created by the Covid pandemic have impacted so many aspects of our lives. Divorce and family disputes are, unfortunately, no different.
Viberts
Pick up any lifestyle magazine and there may well be a story about the latest pre-nuptial agreement, or ‘prenup', between two celebrities.
Viberts
Government advice and new mandatory legislation passed to combat the spread of COVID-19 has caused significant and ongoing disruption to many businesses.
Viberts
THE Capacity and Self Determination (Jersey) Law 2016 is the statutory framework in place in Jersey for those who may lack capacity.
Ogier
Jersey's States Assembly has unanimously approved a proposition to introduce a statutory minimum period of parental bereavement leave.
Ogier
Over the past few years, the recruitment market has become increasingly competitive for employers looking to attract top talent. This was true even before COVID-19 turned working life on its head.
Viberts
Given the ongoing impact of Covid-19 it is no surprise that organisations are having to reassess their operations and in many cases are being forced to make changes to their business models.
Ocorian
The global economy has been rocky for the past 18 months, yet real estate investment managers have had no let-up in the demands placed on them by investors and regulators.
Appleby
The International Stock Exchange ("TISE") has introduced New Listing Rules that come into effect from Monday 2 August 2021.
Viberts
We have all been there: a property advert catches your eye or perhaps you spot the perfect new ‘work from home' pad.
Viberts
You have found your dream property or perhaps you have an eager buyer for your home or investment property.
Viberts
A lower purchase price in return for some building work often represents a tempting bargain.
Carey Olsen
The Jersey Financial Services Commission ("JFSC") has recently introduced new disclosure rules (the "ESG Disclosure Rules") which apply to Jersey funds which are promoted on the basis...
Viberts
Jamie Orchard, Family Law Partner at Viberts, and Dr Patricia Tumelty, Executive Director of Mind Jersey, examine the best ways to help keep communication open and minimise stress while going through divorce proceedings.
Viberts
Parental responsibility is sometimes referred to by its previous guises of "custody" or "parental rights".
Viberts
Much has been said about the G7's recent decision to pursue a base global corporate tax rate of at least 15% (the Global Tax Rate). Some are calling it the twilight of the offshore jurisdictions.
Viberts
A recent decision of the Jersey Employment and Discrimination Tribunal has highlighted the challenges faced by employees bringing constructive dismissal claims.
Viberts
Work permits are a requirement under the Immigration (Work Permits) (Jersey) Rules 1995 and as such employers are required to apply for a work permit for employees who require immigration permission to enter or remain in Jersey for work.
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