We Talk Banking & Finance is the new bi-weekly podcast from Walkers in which lawyers from our international banking team discuss the latest themes and trends in offshore finance with industry experts.
Guernsey Law allows for limited partnerships to change their place of registration and corporate existence without having to create a new limited partnership.
This briefing has been produced for structured finance advisors and arrangers using Jersey incorporated companies which issue debt securities.
The UK government has published its National AI Strategy, which outlines the government's plan for turning the UK into a global Artificial Intelligence (AI) powerhouse in the next ten years.
Understanding what you need to do when faced with the prospect of litigation is essential for in-house counsel. In this session Ana Lelliott provides her top tips for dealing with commercial disputes, ...
The Covid pandemic has seen an increasingly mobile workforce up sticks and work from warmer climates. Often encouraged by new ‘work from home' visas, digital nomads and their employers...
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
There is an increasing demand for companies to disclose more precise details of their climate strategy and carbon emissions and regulators are consulting/amending their rules to provide...
We are in the process of selling a flat in Dartmouth. The sale has stalled due to the fact that originally the property comprised two one-bedroom flats.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments across the world introduced arrangements aiming to support businesses in retaining employees by subsidising all or some of their salary.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
People who have been recognised as refugees in the UK or who have been granted humanitarian protection may sponsor certain family members to join them in the UK.
On 16 September 2021 a group of finance industry associations representing a wide range of market participants (the "Joint Associations") sent a letterOpens in new window to EU commissioner Mairead McGuinness of the EU Directorate-General for Financial Stability.
Marks & Clerk
Coming a week before the UN COP26 conference in Glasgow, and produced under the guidance of the Net Zero Innovation Board, the framework sets out research and innovation priority areas...
One of the positives to come out of the pandemic is that it has thrown the spotlight onto social care (in addition to healthcare), and associated with this we have seen a growth in the domiciliary...
Faisel Sadiq speaks to Gemma de Cordova for the first episode in our "Proud to Be" series for Black History Month.
English law recognises two different standards of care that a construction contract may apply to the obligations of the contractor towards the employer: fitness for purpose, and reasonable skill and care.
In the recent case of Colliver v Papworth & Anor  EWHC 2465 (Ch), the High Court considered an application to amend Particulars of Claim...
We were delighted to take part recently in the very successful Legal Business International Arbitration Summit. Paul Reed QC hosted a lively panel discussing what has been...
In this video, Peter Burgess of Burgess Mee and Nichole Farrow, Divorce and Relationship Coach, discuss the how's, when's, do's and do not's of introducing new partners.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Whether to terminate of a complex agreement for material and/or repudiatory breach is a common and yet difficult decision to make as a business (and to advise on as a lawyer).
The unions have faced some difficult challenges during COVID and in this episode we talk to David Hopper, partner in our UK law firm, Lewis Silkin, about how they have tried to meet them.