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How the Online Safety Bill could impact on online Financial Scams and Fraud

Many people find themselves embroiled in a financial fraud having been targeted by on-line scammers through social media.  Giambrone & Partners is a leading law firm in assisting clients who have fallen victim to unscrupulous fraudsters through a...

Have you been arrested in Spain? Giambrone and Partners criminal defence lawyers can help you

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office confirms that hundreds of British citizens are arrested across Europe each year whilst living in or visiting Spain. Most of whom have little or no understanding of the laws in Spain or their rights whilst detained.  ...

If you had an Accident Abroad due to faulty workmanship you will need a Local Standards Report

If you have had an accident whilst on holiday abroad that was not your own fault, such as falling, due to a dangerous staircase or balcony you may be entitled to an award for damages.  The expert lawyers in Giambrone & Partners personal injury team...

Divorce and the Family Business - How to protect your assets

The New Year is often a time for review and frequently reminds an individual that another year in an unsuccessful marriage has passed by, triggering an action to divorce.  The long awaited reforms under the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 ...

Things to consider for the successful Enforcement of Arbitral Awards

Alternative dispute resolution via arbitration is nearly always the best initiative when resolving a dispute, as opposed to litigation, enabling a swifter, confidential and generally more cost-effective method of resolution. Once a party obtains an...

Retiring Abroad? The Golden Visa Programme in Portugal is one of the most favourable in Europe

As the woes in the UK mount up, from the financial impact and the consequences of Brexit and the Covid lock-down, the damaging 40 day tenure of the previous Prime Minister and the strikes promised by essential services, it is not astonishing that many people...

Divorce for British and Foreign Nationals in the courts of England and Wales

Divorce is one of the biggest decisions that most people make, it is also likely to be the most emotive decision they will make.   It is extremely important to consider carefully the steps that are taken and to seek legal advice from the outset as...

High Court ruling on EU Settlement Scheme - Home Office "wrong in law"

The Home Office rules arising from Brexit, relating to EU citizens with pre-settled status requiring them to apply for settled status after five years of residence in the United Kingdom has been found to be “wrong in law” by the High Court this...

Have you been targeted in a Romance Fraud? Giambrone & Partners can help you

Giambrone & Partners banking and financial fraud litigation lawyers have a wealth of experience in recovering funds lost to financial fraud.  Our lawyers constantly monitor the markets for new scams and variations on existing types of fraud. ...

Accidents on the Ski Slopes - How to Claim Compensation

Winter sports are exciting and highly popular activities.  The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) in its latest consumer report, suggests that an estimated 1.7 million people are planning or have already booked a winter sports break this...

A Guide to Fair and Unfair dismissal

Dismissal of an employee must be managed within the law and adhere to employee rights in the Employment Rights Act 1966 .  There are various ways in which an employee can be dismissed.  Your employer must have a valid legal reason for your...

Does the Cryptocurrency sector finally face Regulation?

The collapse of FTX Trading Ltd. (FTX) and the subsequent arrest of Samuel Bankman-Fried, the founder, has yet again highlighted the significant risk that trading in cryptocurrency poses. Crypto currency enjoys a reputation of being the “wild...

Settlement Agreements in Redundancy

Settlement agreements, a legally binding agreement between an employer and an employee ending the employment relationship are generally invoked when a dispute arises and it has been decided to resolve the dispute without recourse to litigation and without...

Enforcement of Arbitral Awards under the New York Convention

Cross-border disputes relating to a range of disagreements from outstanding invoices to shareholder disputes can be lengthy, time consuming and costly when pursued through the courts in most jurisdictions. International arbitration is frequently regarded as...

How to negotiate the division of Matrimonial Assets in Divorce

The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 has removed some of the bitter legal battles over the grounds for ending a relationship; however, the issues of the child and financial arrangements remain.  Often these issues are the most...

Essential information on the Redundancy Procedure

Most businesses have suffered several blows in the past two to three years following Brexit, the pandemic, lockdown and the crisis in Ukraine. Now consumer-facing industry sectors, such as hospitality and retail, are struggling to get back on their...

Deadline for Compliance with the Register of Overseas Entities - 31 January 2023

Concerns arising from the lack of transparency displayed by overseas entities purchasing and/or holding real estate assets in the United Kingdom and the suspected use of such property for money laundering purposes has resulted in new Register of Overseas...

Spain to launch a Digital Nomad Visa in January 2023

Spain has always been a highly popular destination for British citizens relocating to Europe with many people owning residential property in mainland Spain and on its famous islands. One of the major impacts arising in the aftermath of Brexit for...

Escape the Economic Crisis in the UK by retiring to Spain

Retirement years should be relaxing, enjoyable and free from anxiety.  A reward for all the years of toil.  The impact of Brexit, Covid, the conflict in Eastern Europe and finally the budget bungled by the previous Prime Minister has resulted in a...

Unfair Prejudice in Shareholder Disputes

In many companies the commercial disruption and anxieties experienced over the past two or three years have, in some cases, amplified the tensions between minority and majority shareholders, leading to boardroom disputes based on unfair prejudice. ...
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