The non-dom regime will die (potentially on 5 April 2025) – Long live the new four/ten-year regime (potentially from 6 April 2025)

The non-dom regime will die (potentially on 5 April 2025) – Long live the new four/ten-year regime (potentially from 6 April 2025)

March 10, 2024

Stephen Woodward recently contributed the following article to Practical Law's Legal Update for Private Client Practitioners on the Spring 2024 Budget.  Stephen is the...

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Court of Appeal increases pressure on parties to agree to mediation: Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council

Court of Appeal increases pressure on parties to agree to mediation: Churchill v Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council

December 4, 2023

In September last year in a piece entitled The changing role of ADR in the civil justice system: the implications of the government’s response...

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Important case on directors’ misfeasance principles: Katherine Hallett reviews the Bodystretch case

Important case on directors’ misfeasance principles: Katherine Hallett reviews the Bodystretch case

November 9, 2023

Katherine Hallett, who successfully acted for the Official Receiver in Bodystretch (UK) [2023] EWHC 2735 (Ch), looks at the implications of the case for...

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Re Nandakopan: Rupert Coe successful in defending a claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975

October 12, 2023

Rupert Coe looks at the implications of Re Nandakopan (deceased): Nandakopan v Nandakopan. Judgment in Re Nandakopan (deceased): Nandakopan v Nandakopan was handed down...

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Court of Appeal sets aside £160 million judgment against dishonest assistant

October 5, 2023

Sebastian Kokelaar and Stephen Ryan analyse the recent case in Hotel Portfolio II UK Limited (in liquidation) & Anr v Ruhan & Ors [2023]...

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Rupert Coe & Mark Baldock assist Katie Pearson of Claritas in obtaining an Order for Repatriation of Funds in Support of Cayman Freezing Injunction

September 28, 2023

Rupert Coe and Mark Baldock assisted Katie Pearson of Claritas in obtaining an order for multi-million dollar payment into a Cayman Bank in support...

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The changing role of ADR in the civil justice system: the implications of the government’s response to consultation

September 26, 2023

Matthew Marsh takes a look at the implications of the government's response to consultation regarding increasing the use of mediation in the civil justice...

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A China Hustle? The Cayman Islands Court Says: “No” – Rupert Coe and Mark Baldock assist Cayman Islands firm Claritas in successful Grand Court Fraud Proceedings

September 20, 2023

On 17 August 2023, The Honorable Mr Justice Kawaley handed down judgment in the matter of Fortunate Drift Limited v Canterbury Securities, Ltd (FSD...

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Daria Gleyze obtains permission to appeal to the Court of Appeal

July 23, 2023

Daria Gleyze has recently appeared for the Claimant on a novel and complex point of law in respect of worldwide freezing injunctions (in an...

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Is mediation suited to the resolution of insolvency litigation?

May 29, 2023

Stephen Baister, Katherine Hallett and Matthew Marsh take a look at whether and how mediation works in relation to the existing insolvency legislation. Introduction The...

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Derivative Claims and Foreign Companies – Three Stone involved in successful first stage permission hearing for permission to continue a claim on behalf of a UAE company

February 22, 2023

On 7 February 2023, Peter Knox K.C. (sitting as a Deputy Judge of the High Court) handed down judgment in Haider v Delma Engineering...

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Three Stone Triannual Review: Issue 5

February 1, 2022

Issue 5: February 2022 Matthew Marsh and Stephen Baister make a Compelling Agreement Simon Hunter Papers Over the Cracks Case Reviews Practice Updates Download...

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