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By Nick Dunne, Emma Hill
开曼群岛大法院在最近公布的法院判决中对外国法院或外国政府机构指定的破产财产接管人在开曼群岛申请认可作出了解释。
By Ingrid Pierce
The increasingly complex regulatory environment means that clients and their advisers have to think much more deeply about cross border regulatory issues.
By Lucy Frew, Tony De Quintal, Colm Dawson, Andrew Howarth, Anne Dolan, Judith Watler, Alice Molan, Sara Hall, Steven Manning, Megan English
The Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation ("DITC") has issued an industry advisory regarding developments in relation to economic substance requirements.
By Lucy Frew, Tony De Quintal, Colm Dawson, Andrew Howarth, Anne Dolan, Judith Watler, Alice Molan, Sara Hall, Steven Manning, Megan English
The Cayman Islands Department for International Tax Cooperation has issued an Industry Advisory to update the relevant dates for reporting under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act and the Common Reporting Standard.
By Nicholas Blake-Knox, Jennifer Fox, Joe Mitchell, Eimear Keane
The legislative measures include amendments to the cross-border distribution provisions of the UCITS Directive and AIFM Directive with the aim of reducing barriers to the distribution of funds and will be signed into law today, 20 June, 2019.
By Nick Dunne, Emma Hill
A recently released decision of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands clarifies the circumstances in which receivers appointed by foreign courts or by foreign governmental bodies may seek the recognition in the Cayman Islands.
By Gavin Smith, William Greensmyth, Aisling Marron
Irish court-sanctioned $1.65bn cross border restructuring recognised by US Bankruptcy Court.
By David Pytches, Lucy Diggle, Monique Bhullar
The Trusts (Amendment) Law, 2019 will come into force in the Cayman Islands on 14 June 2019.
By Susan Battye
The Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018 (the "Act") commenced on 4 March 2019 and makes a number of significant changes to employment rights legislation that affect all Irish-based employers
By David McGovern, Gavin Smith, William Greensmyth, Killian McSharry
The Irish High Court currently has exclusive jurisdiction to make orders against the Registrar (as defined below) pursuant to the Convention and the Protocol (both as defined below).
By Susan Battye
The Protected Disclosures Act 2014 (the "Act") provides protection for workers (which includes employees, contractors and agency workers) who report a "relevant wrongdoing" in the workplace.
By Neil Lupton, Fiona MacAdam, Siobhan Sheridan
Off with his head! An offshore perspective – Is the "headcount test" heading for the guillotine.
By Susan Battye
This case considered the procedures applied in an investigation into an allegation of bullying.
By Susan Battye
The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 (the "Bill") has now completed Dáil Éireann, First Stage and was published online in March 2019.
By Susan Battye
Given the health and safety risks which might arise in the case of any breach, the Organisation of Working Time Act 1997 creates strict liability obligations for employers
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