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Collas Crill
When we talk about prescription in Guernsey in the litigation context we're not referring to anything medical, but rather the period of time in which a plaintiff must bring a cause of action.
Collas Crill
The grounds of challenge to an arbitration award are limited, as are the ability of the courts to intervene following an arbitrator's decision.
Collas Crill
The judgment by Justice Williams is unusual in its forcefulness and contains a number of specific criticisms of the actions and behaviour of the trustee executors.
Carey Olsen
The Guernsey Court of Appeal's discussion in this case is helpful for practitioners and trustees alike as to the meaning of the commonly used word 'share' in a trust instrument.
Walkers
It is generally accepted that litigation privilege will only apply in circumstances where legal proceedings are already in existence or are reasonably contemplated.
Carey Olsen
This guide to Guernsey dispute resolution and litigation includes commentary on litigation funding, initiating a lawsuit, statutes of limitations, representative or collective actions...
Ogier
A period of growth in response to client demand has seen Ogier's Dispute Resolution team in Guernsey become one of the largest in the Island.
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen has bolstered its dispute resolution and litigation team in Guernsey with the appointment of senior associate Robin Gist.
Collas Crill
The judge was recently asked to determine the domicile of the late Mr Neil Corner (deceased) following his death in Guernsey in 2017.
Ogier
On 5 May 2021, a judgment was handed down by the Royal Court of Guernsey in the matter of Gupta and Gupta v D.S.O Limited et al dismissing an interlocutory application to set aside an order...
Ogier
Sandie Lyne's promotion to Partner at Ogier marks the latest step in an already impressive legal career.
Ogier
This snapshot outlines the process and grounds upon which an appeal can be made in respect of a civil judgment by the Royal Court of Guernsey.
Ogier
This article considers a recent Guernsey Court of Appeal judgment regarding the interpretation of a trust instrument.
Ogier
Guernsey licensees regulated by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission ("GFSC") have routine visits by the GFSC to check on their compliance with the local regulatory law...
Ogier
Civil litigation procedure in Guernsey is governed by The Royal Court Civil Rules 2007 ("RCCR").
Ogier
The Carlyle case arose from the collapse in March 2008 of a Guernsey fund called Carlyle Capital Corporation Ltd (CCC), which led to the loss of all of its $1bn of capital.
Walkers
Guernsey, as a Crown Dependency, is a separate jurisdiction from the UK and has its own administrative, fiscal and legal systems.
Carey Olsen
This guide to Guernsey dispute resolution and litigation includes commentary on litigation funding, initiating a lawsuit, statutes of limitations, representative or collective actions
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Carey Olsen
Our lawyers have authored litigation guides for each of the five offshore law jurisdictions we advise on for the Chambers Global Practice Guides, 2022: Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey and Jersey.
Carey Olsen
The Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal in Siong Beng Seng v Caldicott Worldwide Limited BVIHCMAP 2020/0020 affirmed the well-established but important principle that an appellate court should be slow to interfere with the case management decision of the lower court.
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