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Lennox Paton
In Dawson-Damer a trustee had used Section 83(8) as a basis to refuse a disclosure request.
Bermuda
Kennedys Law LLP
Bermuda, as a British Overseas Territory, is a party to the Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extra-Judicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters (the Convention) ...
British Virgin Islands
Conyers
An aggrieved party which has started proceedings in the BVI must seek court permission to serve the claim form out of the jurisdiction on a foreign defendant.
Conyers
In the wake of the economic downturn resulting from the global pandemic, a significant increase in fraud cases can unfortunately be expected.
Carey Olsen
Exential Investments Inc. (the "Company") formed part of a group of companies (the "Exential Group") that operated a Ponzi scheme between 2011 and 2016.
Ogier
The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, including the BVI, is conducting its most wide-ranging review of its Civil Procedure Rules in 20 years.
Cayman Islands
Carey Olsen
The Cayman Islands remains a pro-arbitration jurisdiction, with recent court decisions demonstrating the judiciary's readiness to engage with the difficult nexus between arbitration and insol¬vency.
Guernsey
Ogier
Where a potential judgment debtor in "onshore" proceedings threatens to dissipate its assets, the plaintiff may face a Pyrrhic victory with no assets against which to enforce its judgment.
Hong Kong
Lewis Silkin
In this Court of Appeal case of Xu Yi Jun v GF Capital (Hong Kong) Limited (CACV 502 & 577 / 2019), the Court considered whether an employer can withhold a bonus payment after the payment due date for reasons of ...
Gall
We recently acted for the joint provisional liquidators of Rare Earth Magnesium Technology Group ("the Company") appointed by the Supreme Court of Bermuda ...
Mayer Brown
Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Thomas So, senior associate Liang Pu and registered foreign lawyer Evan Zhou share their insights on Hong Kong's National Security Law.
Ireland
Dillon Eustace
This article will consider two significant recent judgments of the Irish Courts on the topic of concurrent liability - Defender Limited v HSBC France [2020] IESC 37 ("Defender") ...
Isle of Man
DQ Advocates
The Isle of Man Court has confirmed the ability to undo past actions that have resulted in adverse tax consequences on the basis of mistake.
Jersey
Ogier
In its recent decision in the case of B and C v D, E, F and others JRC 169, the Royal Court of Jersey has considered whether a Jersey law foundation and endowments made to such a foundation can be set aside ab initio on the grounds of mistake.
Collas Crill
Private Client analysis: The Royal Court of Jersey has issued a judgment on a Beddoe application in which it blessed the decision of a trustee to submit to the jurisdiction of the...
Collas Crill
Collas Crill has made a number of promotions in the Channel Islands across its fee-earners and business services team.
Malta
GVZH Advocates
The concept of Single Source of Employment is intimately linked with the notion of "equal pay for equal work", a notion which is not only enshrined in our Constitution and which guarantees the...
Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates
The payment of a deposit before the first sitting of an appeal is essential as it guarantees the court expenses, without which the appeal will be deemed to have been deserted.
Mifsud & Mifsud Advocates
Appeals from the Medical Council can take place only if it concerns the cancellation of a medical practitioner ‘s registration.
Withers LLP
In the globalized world that we live in today, it is not uncommon for parties to have assets situated all around the globe. Some parties deliberately choose to spread out their assets all over the ...
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