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One unanticipated consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the huge increase in the collection of personal data.
Isle of Man
DQ Advocates
The trend of consolidation in the trust, fund and corporate services sector has shown no sign of abating over the last 18 months.
Simcocks
Chris Brooks Head of Litigation and specialist employment Lawyer at Simcocks Advocates discusses the issues arising in the light of the recent decision of the Supreme Court in W M Morrisons...
DQ Advocates
The Island's South African community came together to mark Heritage Day recently with a DQ sponsored event hosted by two members of our team.
DQ Advocates
DQ Advocates is a leading Isle of Man-based law firm with an international reach, offering a full range of legal, regulatory and tax services to a local and global client base.
Appleby
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority may, in some instances, grant a restricted licence to carry out a financial services activity subject to stringent conditions.
Ocorian
There are a staggering 300 million children worldwide without a pair of shoes. As a result, many of them are not allowed to attend school and are at risk of infection and injury.
DQ Advocates
The Isle of Man Court has confirmed the ability to undo past actions that have resulted in adverse tax consequences on the basis of mistake.
DQ Advocates
The Isle of Man Financial Services Authority ("IOMFSA") has today published a much-anticipated suite of four documents which will be valuable to individuals and corporate entities interested
DQ Advocates
The recent decision by the Isle of Man Staff of Government Division in Old Mutual International v Leonteq Securities & Otr (judgment dated 19 June 2020) offers a timely reminder to litigants and...
Simcocks
Deemster Corlett in an extempore judgment delivered on 21 May 2020 in Oliver v Fedelta, a case concerning equitable mistake by settlors, said that he was quite convinced that Isle of Man law should follow Pitt v Holt.
DQ Advocates
The recent decision in Bellamy and Parmenter v A C Electrical Limited has again highlighted the limited costs available in the Small Claims Court and the wide discretion of the Court in respect of the recovery of costs.
Simcocks
Simcocks recently obtained the dismissal of a claim not on the merits but because of defects in disclosure by their legally represented opponents.
DQ Advocates
As discussed in our article: ‘Should I agree to be an Executor?', although being appointed can be seen as a great honour, it also comes with significant obligations.
DQ Advocates
The ethos behind the department is to give clear legal advice to progress a client's case efficiently...
DQ Advocates
The Jersey Financial Supervision Commission (the JFSC) has recently (June 2020) published a feedback paper for industry on the results of its examinations of compliance with the financial crime
DQ Advocates
In the latest in our Trusts in 2 Minutes series, Donna Matthews looks at protecting protectors.
Appleby
The Isle of Man Treasury has announced that a new discount rate will be applicable to personal injury compensation awarded by the Isle of Man Courts.
DQ Advocates
The latest decision by the English Court of Appeal in the long-running case of Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing LLP [2020] EWCA Civ 352 has again highlighted the thorny issue...
DQ Advocates
Consultant Barry Smith provides an overview of the stages in a share purchase transaction in this short video.
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