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ICC FraudNet Global Report 2021

We are pleased to introduce ICC FraudNet's inaugural Global Report, 'International Developments and Perspectives in the field of...

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#SerleShare - Judgment in The Incorporated Trustee of the Congregation of the Holy Spirit etc. v Antill & Antill [2020] EWHC 3466 (Ch)

On Wednesday 16 December judgment was handed down in the matter of The Incorporated Trustee of the Congregation of the Holy...

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Ruth Jordan called to Bar of the Bahamas

We are delighted to announce that Ruth Jordan has been called the Bar of the Bahamas! Ruth was called via...

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#SerleShare - Cayman clarifies trust law on “firewall” legislation and scope of jurisdiction clauses

In this International and Offshore SerleShare, Dakis Hagen QC considers the Cayman Islands judgment in Geneva Trust...

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#SerleShare - New year, new cases: Specific disclosure under the pilot scheme

#SerleShare – In light of the year extension under the Pilot Scheme, Gareth Tilley discusses a recent decision handed down...

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Inforrm’s Top 10 Privacy and Data Protection Cases of 2020

The case of Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing LLP [2020] EWCA Civ 352.r has been mentioned by Inforrm in their Top 10...

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Heathrow Third Runway survives challenge in the Supreme Court

#SerleShare - R (on the application of Friends of the Earth Ltd and others) (Respondents) v Heathrow Airport Ltd ...

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#SerleShare - Stakeholder Claims in the Art World

It is not uncommon for title disputes to arise after an artwork has come into the hands of an auction-house....

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Zoom cannot replace the lifeblood of our courts

Rupert Reed QC is invited by The Times to discuss the real problems with virtual hearings.  Rupert argues that...

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‘Avoiding the stigma of cynical breach’ - Andrew Francis writes for New Law Journal

Andrew Francis has been invited by New Law Journal to discuss what we have learned from the Supreme Court's...

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#SerleShare - An Arbitrator’s Duty of Impartiality

SerleShare - In our latest SerleShare on Arbitration, Anthony Kennedy discusses the UK Supreme Court's judgment in ...

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#SerleShare ‘Giving Tuesday’ - The Kigali Genocide Memorial

Tuesday 1 December is Giving Tuesday, a global campaign for individuals, businesses and charities alike to celebrate their CSR achievements...

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State Aid Immersion Course

Location: Online

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#SerleShare - “Open for business: conducting trials and assessing witness evidence remotely”

#SerleShare – It is inevitable that for the next few months trials will continue to be conducted remotely, whilst we...

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