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Les Banques
St Peter Port
By Rachel Jones
An appeal against the addition of a building to the Protected Buildings List can only be made on certain grounds, which are set out in the Land Planning and Development (Special Controls) Ordinance 2007.
By Christopher Griffin, Joseph Barker-Willis
Partner Chris Griffin led the Carey Olsen team advising AX1 Limited and was assisted by associate Joseph Barker-Willis.
By Carey Olsen
As a politically stable and tax neutral jurisdiction with over 40 years accumulated experience as an international finance centre, Guernsey has gained a strong reputation as a prime location...
By Luke Sayer
The gold-rush mentality currently surrounding the use of initial coin offerings (ICOs) has at times led to projects being used irresponsibly and investors suffering harm as a result.
By Rachel Jones
A number of buildings have recently been added to the Protected Buildings List.
By Andrew Boyce, Ruth Abernethy
Mime Petroleum, an independent development and production company, was established by BWE and Sverre Skogen, chairman and CEO of Mime Petroleum.
By Jason Morgan, Davey Le Marquand
Guernsey's Open Market continues to show signs of increased activity, according to the latest conveyancing statistics compiled by Unusualities of Guernsey.
By Rachel Jones
Yes, it is possible that you will need planning permission. Generally speaking, planning permission will be required for the erection of a new sign on business premises.
By Rachel Jones
Not always. It all depends on the specific business uses – what you want to change the use from and to.
By Ben Morgan (Guernsey)
One of the small, but important, details to arise from the recent case of Carlyle Capital Corporation Limited (in Liquidation) and others v. Conway and others [2017] was that the directors under fire in that case ...
By Elaine Gray, Mark Dunster, Siobhan Riley, Huw Thomas, Carly Parrott, Luke Sayer, Sarah Townsend, Leonie Corfield, Alexandra Gill, Tarina Le Boutillier, Tim Molton
The UK Privy Council has given its approval to Guernsey's new Data Protection Law.
By Russell Clark, Konrad Friedlaender, Natasha Kapp
The Guernsey Trusts Law remains a reminder of the jurisdiction's ability to innovate and to adapt to changing market conditions, according to leading trust and fiduciary lawyer Russell Clark.
By Christopher Anderson, Chris Hutley-Hurst
It has been a long-established principle of UK tax law that a Guernsey company, as any other non-UK company, will be treated as being UK tax resident for a particular financial year if the "central management and control" ...
By Michael Makridakis, Jan Golaszewski, Dhanshuklal Vekaria, Yang Yang
On 6 March 2018, the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal handed down judgment in an appeal brought by Shanda, holding that a "minority discount" should be applied in assessing the fair value....
By Annette Alexander, Arya Hashemi, Felicity White
LeoVegas, Sweden's leading mobile gaming operator, has completed its acquisition of the assets of Intellectual Property & Software Limited (IPS) and other related assets from two further companies...
12 Jun 2018, Seminar, St Peter Port, Guernsey

With the Data Protection (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law, 2017 coming into force in Guernsey on 25 May 2018 and reflecting the provisions of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), businesses and individuals who fail to comply may face heavy fines.

27 Jun 2018, Seminar, St Peter Port, Guernsey

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3 Jul 2018, Seminar, St Peter Port, Guernsey

Partner James Willmott will be speaking at the INSOL International Channel Islands One Day Seminar.

20 Sep 2018, Conference, St Peter Port, Guernsey

Carey Olsen Partner Chris Griffin will be speaking at the 2018 Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Conference on 20 September.

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