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By Claire Smith
The States of Jersey's narrow decision to reject the proposed Jersey Infrastructure Levy is the right one, says Ogier construction law specialist Claire Smith.
By Rachel Richardson
HR managers should bear in mind that complaints about Secret Santa gifts gone wrong can be made against the employer as well as the person who sent the gift ...
By Marc Kish
In a recent landmark judgment of the Cayman Islands Grand Court in the case of Primeo Fund (in Official Liquidation) (Primeo) v Bank of Bermuda (Cayman) Ltd (BBCL) ...
By Simon Davies, Charlotte Henshall
A judgment handed down in September 2017 by the Royal Court of Guernsey cleared the Carlyle Group, Carlyle Investment Management, and TCGH (represented by Simon Davies of Ogier) ...
By James Campbell
According to a 2016 report on ultra-high net worth individuals there are 212,615 individuals in the world who hold a total of over $30 trillion in wealth.
By Marcus Leese, Anthony Partridge, Wisdom Hon
The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (Court Proceedings Fees) (Virgin Islands) Rules, 2017 (the New Rules) impose new fees for non-contentious probate applications and replace the old fees ...
By Sara Johns
So, your compliance officer has had data protection compliance as one of his objectives since the year dot. He's bound to be all over GDPR. You definitely have it covered, right?
By Simon Davies, Charlotte Henshall
A judgment on what is thought to be the largest civil case in Guernsey's history handed down on 4 September by the island's Royal Court cleared Carlyle Capital Corporation...
By Simon Davies, Charlotte Henshall
An anti-anti suit injunction is a form of anti-suit injunctive relief granted by a particular court to stop a party pursuing an application for an anti-suit injunction in another court.
By Piers Dereham
On 15 November 2017, The Document Duty (Guernsey) Law 2017 came into force.
By Rachael Reynolds, Giorgio Subiotto
The FATF sets the global standard for legal, regulatory and operational measures against money laundering...
By Marcus Leese
The principal factors that will determine Guernsey's success or failure in 2018 are not to be found within the island, they're everywhere else.
By Anthony Partridge
In this interview for STEP, partner Anthony Partridge from Ogier's Private Client & Trusts team in Cayman provides insights into his role and industry.
By James Bermingham
The days of thinking about single jurisdictions are long gone. When structuring a large private equity fund, for example, it is likely going to contain international investors (the US, Europe, Asia)...
By Martyn Baudains
The Document Duty (Guernsey) Law, 2017 and the related Document Duty (Anti-Avoidance) (Guernsey) Law, 2017 came into force on 15 November.
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