The Lawyer feature the Art and Luxury Assets team's appeal on behalf of Bernard Carl in the Court of Appeal as part of its 'In court this week’
The Lawyer feature the Art and Luxury Assets team's appeal on behalf of Bernard Carl in the Court of Appeal as part of its 'In court this week’. Read more below.
Northern Light: Illuminating IR35
Guy and Hugh take a look at the recent case of Northern Light Solutions Ltd v Revenue and Customs Comrs
The regulation of big tech: a changing tide?
Sonia takes a look at the two main areas where the UK is increasing the regulation of Big Tech in 2021
Weighing in on the importance of attention to detail in service cases
Rory looks at recent judgments that have emphasised the need to follow correct procedure when serving documents in court cases
Noel Wardle wrote for Chemist & Druggist on the implications of the new Health and Care Bill mean for community pharmacy
The government has now published its proposed overhaul of health and care in England.
Rory Partridge writes for the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on the importance of attention to detail in service cases
A recent string of judgments have emphasised the need to follow correct procedure when serving documents in court cases.
Property Patter: the whys and wherefores of receivership
What is a fixed charge receiver?
Protecting contested cultural objects from seizure in the UK
Force majeure and COVID-19: claims of the unexpected
John and Simon look at a force majeure claim arising out of the pandemic and the application of the Braganza duty.
Rudy Capildeo extensively quoted by Antiques Trade Gazette on the push from the Italian government to open its art market with export threshold changes
The export of Italian art has become easier following changes made to the country’s cultural laws.
John Sykes and Simon Heatley write for PLC Magazine on force majeure claims and the Braganza duty
A recent High Court decision offers an interesting analysis of a force majeure claim and the application of the Braganza duty.
The Oath report on the hire of Peter Smith as a Senior Associate in the firm's Dubai office
Peter Smith is a barrister with experience in a wide range of civil and commercial disputes across the GCC.
Bullfighting ... as a copyright work?
Property Patter: the news so far on landlord challenges to retail CVAs
We review some of the recent high-profile landlord challenges to tenant CVAs,
The Art & Luxury team’s role in advising the Vision Foundation on the sale of a third Waldmüller has been featured in the Antiques Trade Gazette and Civil Society
The Vision Foundation benefitted after pictures restituted to the estate of a benefactor were sold at auction.
Phone hacking: Charles Russell Speechlys achieves settlement for three celebrity clients from News Group Newspapers
The claims were brought against News Group Newspapers publisher of The Sun and the News of the World, which ceased publication in 2011.
Art market deadline for registering under anti-money laundering regulations approaches
Averting an inheritance tax black hole: the Acceptance in Lieu scheme saves Professor Stephen Hawking's estate £4.2m
A State of the Art App
Ghassan El Daye
Ghassan El Daye quoted by Gulf Today and Al Khaleej on the firm successfully opposing an extradition request in complex litigation with Bulgarian Authorities
An extradition request against Vasil Krumov Bozhkov, was rejected by UAE authorities.
Anna Sowerby writes for The Fashion Law on the new collaborative approach being taken by luxury brands and online platforms to fight fakes
Online platforms are now under pressure to be more proactive in their approach to tackling the ever-escalating issue of counterfeit goods.