Pitfalls of international trust structures as asset protection vehicles
Circumstances in which they were established mean that they will always be inherently under threat.
Matthew Radcliffe writes for IFC Review on the landscape of global taxes
Matthew considers the implications of recent wealth tax proposals for wealth management and structuring in those jurisdictions and beyond.
Sarah Anticoni quoted by City AM on the Government's £1.3m investment into family mediation schemes
Delay often benefits one parent, but usually, any delay means a child is caught in the midst of a conflict.
Jeffrey Lee, Jessica Leung and Jessica Chow write for International Comparative Legal Guide - Private Client 2022
Our contribution to the International Comparative Legal Guide – Private Client 2022 Hong Kong edition
A guide to buying residential property in England
An overview of the conveyancing process when acquiring residential property as well as some key points to consider.
Piers Master named in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential 2022
We are delighted to announce that Piers Master, Head of Private Wealth, has been included in eprivateclient’s 50 Most Influential.
Environmental Land Management: Whose carbon is it anyway?
Everything you need to know about Environmental Land Management Schemes.
Philanthropy Insights – A discussion with John Pepin and Rennie Hoare of Philanthropy Impact
Join us as we discuss the current landscape of philanthropy in the UK and current trends, priorities and concerns amongst philanthropists.
Asian Legal Business, eprivateclient and Legal Monitor report on the firm's appointment of a new Family team in Hong Kong
The firm has added a new family team in Hong Kong, including the hire of Lisa Wong as Partner.
Charles Russell Speechlys welcomes new Family team in Hong Kong
We are delighted to welcome a new Family team in Hong Kong, including the hire of Lisa Wong as Partner.
Top 4 thoughts on Family Law in retrospect for 2021 and in prospect for 2022
“You have a reason to leave this place, but I don’t.” – Ji-Yeong, Squid Game
In Hong Kong, the law protects parents who find themselves in a similar situation to Gi-Hun in the Netflix popular series, Squid Game.
What artists need to know about law
What should artists consider when entering contracts, whether with galleries, museums or other parties?
Does Adultery Affect Divorce in Hong Kong?
In Hong Kong, divorce proceedings may proceed as long as the petitioner proves that their marriage has irretrievably broken down.
Stéphane de Lassus
Stéphane de Lassus interviewed by Le Figaro on the Paris office's ability to advise on both private and professional assets
Le Figaro featured an interview with Stéphane de Lassus titled “The entrepreneur for DNA” in a special wealth management edition.
eprivateclient and Circle2Success report on Felicity Chapman’s relocation to the Cheltenham office to expand the firm’s Family law offering
Felicity Chapman has relocated to the firm's Cheltenham office to deal with increased client demand.
The digital marketplace - an art law briefing
Has the digital art market grown up in the past 18 months?
Ingrid Saffin writes for eprivateclient on private capital, responsible business, and investing in the high street
The end of the moratorium could bring new gaps in retail space. But could this ultimately be good news?
What lessons can we take from the Britney Spears conservatorship case?
Rethinking Museum Governance
What are the legal responsibilities of museum trustees?