Canada uses proceeds of crime seizure powers in tax case for the first time
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has seized and/or restrained six rental properties and an automobile belonging to two Ottawa residents recently ...
Appleby Jersey acts in "landmark" trust litigation dispute
In a landmark decision, the Royal Court of Jersey held that a settlors' exercise of personal powers of revocation of a ...
Guernsey courts endorsed for "big ticket" disputes
Guernsey's courts have been praised for the ability to handle "big ticket" private wealth cases by a London private wealth litigator
EXCLUSIVE: Political styles have seen the greatest change in an unpredictable world - Former MI6 Chief
Investors and their advisers are having to deal with a new style of geopolitics being driven by the world's superpowers, according ...
BBC and its employees face tax bill
The National Audit Office (NAO) has determined that the BBC has taken steps to help individuals hired on a freelance basis, ...
UK High Court continues legal proceedings against unlawful pursuit of billionaire's assets
The High Court in London has issued a "significant ruling" in a case around the recovery of billions of dollars of ...
A promise is a promise - or is it? How lifetime assurances can override a Will
Mahendree Naidoo, head of the private client legal team at Kingston Smith looks at what happens where a person's Will is ...
Heir hunting firm that ignored pensioner's Will deemed "wholly cavalier"
A firm of genealogists, who appeared on the BBC's series Heir Hunters, has been described as "wholly cavalier" by a judge ...
Penningtons Manches advises on £8 million+ international family law dispute
UK law firm Penningtons Manches has successfully helped defend over £8 million of interests for a prominent Middle Eastern family, which ...
Sister of jailed wealthy property developer also found guilty of contempt of court
Susan Byrne the sister of wealthy Midlands' property developer John Hart who was found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced ...