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By Helen Ruelle, Rachel Richardson, Daniel Read
A long-running court battle over the "gig economy" has ended with the UK Supreme Court upholding self-employed workers' rights – and may have knock-on effects in the Channel Islands.
By Victoria Grogan
A law has been passed in Jersey to enable people to to validly execute legal documents, such as a Will and a Power of Attorney, when they aren't physically capable of signing their name ...
By James Campbell
At Ogier we continue to see Jersey trust companies winning substantive mandates for new private wealth structures. Plainly this bodes well for the future of the sector on the island.
By Sevyn Kalsi
The Trusts (Amendment No.7) (Jersey) Law 2018 (Amendment No. 7) came into force on 8 June 2018.
By Piers Dryden
A great deal has been written about initial coin offerings (ICOs) and other token generation events (TGEs) (collectively in this article "TGEs" and the entities that undertake them, the "Issuer")...
By Laurent Thailly, Fiona Schneider
The Securitisation Regulation applies to institutional investors, originators, sponsors, original lenders and securitisation special purpose entities.
By Oliver Passmore
Oliver has written for Trusts and Trustees about three trust cases in which public policy arguments relating to the Jersey finance industry were raised.
By Katharine Marshall
This year has seen a welcome surge in activity in the Jersey property market, supported by media reporting at the end of February 2018 of an across-the board 3% rise in the prices of all types...
By Oliver Passmore
Oliver has written for Trusts and Trustees about Beddoe applications – his piece considers the nature of Beddoe applications, how they compare with other categories of trustee applications...
By Wisdom Hon
Associate Wisdom Hon from Ogier's Hong Kong office will speak at the prestigious China Offshore Shenzhen Summit tomorrow as part of a panel discussion on data security and beneficial...
By Helen Ruelle, Rachel Richardson, Daniel Read, Claire Smith, Laura Shirreffs
As of 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will reform data protection and privacy laws not only in Europe but across the Channel Islands.
By Eva Gyori-Toursel
Directive (EU) 2016/97 on Insurance Distribution of 20 January 2016 ("IDD" or "the Directive") harmonises national provisions concerning the distribution of insurance and reinsurance products...
By Emily Haithwaite, Craig Cordle
Data protection and privacy laws will be reformed across Europe when Regulation (EU) 2016/679, commonly known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ...
By Mathew Newman, Abby Lund
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...
By Piers Dereham
Virtually all properties these days are linked to a complex network of services, such as the island electricity grid, the water network, drains, gas and telecommunications, and in many cases...
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