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By Yancho Yanchev
Two big statements came out of the Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO') last week. The Commissioner stated that she has not yet but soon may issue a monetary penalty notice (‘MPN'),
By David Guin, Ivan Sacks, William Kambas
The modern notion of a family office charged with the stewardship of a single family's wealth for current and future generations emerged in the 19th century. The
By Nigel Sprunt
Our expertise and the advice we offer to high net worth individuals has recently been recognised in the latest release of Chambers and Partners' HNW rankings.
By Diana Wierbicki, Eleni Polycarpou
Chambers & Partners released the fourth edition of its High Net Worth (HNW) Guide on July 11th, and Withers is proud to be the only firm in the Art and Cultural Property Law category
By Jeremy Arnold
Jeremy Arnold discusses the choices available to a family office as to how it chooses to manage investments on behalf of a family which may vary from a ‘light touch' approach to much more heavily invested, requiring a much higher skill set.
By Justine Markovitz
Justine Markovitz, who took up the position of chair this month, has spoken to Law360 for their ‘Law Firm Leaders Speak' series. Justine discusses her macro and micro scale ambitions for the firm, as well as talking about the impact of our fully female senior leadership team
By Jeremy Arnold
Jeremy Arnold outlines the concept of a family office and what it does, highlighting the fact that it can come in many shapes and sizes, is largely dependent on what the family is trying to achieve and the asset base.
By Lana Neil
When discussing the challenges and opportunities in women's sport, Georgina quickly acknowledges the strides that have been made over the years.
By Chua Yee Hoong
Charities in Singapore attracted approximately S$2.9 billion in donations in 2016; however donations only account for 17.3% of the charity sector's 2016
By Alice Garside, Tracy Evlogidis
It is a little known fact that children who were born in the UK to a parent from a country in the European Economic Area (EEA) may have an automatic right to British citizenship.
By Francesca White
Starting a family and ending a marriage or civil partnership rarely go hand-in-hand. However, it can happen. Where one party feels the marriage has broken down and no longer wants children
By Jo Sanders
Jo explains how the law can be used to ensure that you are fairly represented in the media and tells the story in a way that is accurate. Often the best work we do is not seeking redress
By Stella Riberti
Ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) session held on 26 June 2019 introduced a sweeping relaxation to (the much debated) By-Law 3 of Rule 40
By Libby Payne, Lana Neil
Sports clearly cannot exist without rules and regulations, but we typically think of these as fundamental to govern conduct, safety, equipment and the basic principles of the game in question
By Christina Morton
Supreme Court judgments on post termination restrictions that apply to a departing employee are few and far between. The decision in Tillman v Egon Zehnder Limited, handed down on 3
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