The Benefits and Changes to the Portuguese Golden Visa

Portugal ranks highly on the global scale for personal safety and a number of other key factors such as its affordability and relaxed continental lifestyle and culture. English is widely spoken and has long been a popular destination for British nationals...

How to buy a Residential Property in France

France is an extremely popular country for British nationals considering investing in overseas property.  There are a number of attractive locations from the beautiful coastal regions to wonderful mountains and lakes as well as the highly attractive...

A Guide to the changes to the Greek Golden Visa

Greece has always been one of the most desirable Mediterranean countries for British nationals to consider as a country to relocate when retiring. The Greek Golden Visa, a visa providing residency by investment, is aimed at non-European Union countries and...

Giambrone & Partners embarks on Group Litigation against WEWE Global on behalf of defrauded Investors

WEWE Global is an international financial services platform that experienced a significant increase in its clientele in 2023, particularly from Italy, through the use of virtual tokens (WEWEX Tokens) to execute transactions and generate profits. However,...

A Guide to Cross-border Debt Collection in Italy

A reliable steady cash flow is essential for companies to enable the business to manage its running costs and other financial liabilities and allow the on-going development of the company through investment and also to be able to address the often...

How you can obtain a Non-lucrative Visa in Spain if you have a Criminal Record

Spain has been the country of choice for UK nationals to relocate to for some decades.  Oxford University’s Migration Observatory ’s latest data suggests that in 2022 412,040 British nationals were resident in Spain.  Jay Lindop,...

New Rules for Migrants entering the UK

The Minister of State for Legal Migration and the Border, Tom Pursglove, has now announced the dates on which the recently announced new measures aimed at curbing net migration to the UK will come into force. The actions that will have the most impact...

The Supreme Court rules on Claims of Secondary Victims in Medical Negligence cases

A Supreme Court decision in the cases of Paul & Anor v Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust  and the connected case of  Polmear & Anor v Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust and Purchase v Ahmed, after some considerable years of debate, it has...

A significant step forward for the Enforcement of Overseas Judgments as the UK contracts to The Hague 2019 Convention

The increasing globalisation by both individuals and companies inevitably results in disputes which, if they cannot be resolved by negotiation, often leads to legal action through the courts whereupon the question of enforcement of a judgment in a...

The Home Office rows back on the "Lack of Awareness" ground for late applications in the new Immigration Rules

In yet another Home Office “u-turn” was reported last week in the Guardian with regard to the recently announced changes to the immigration rules. The Home Office has now decided to allow late applications for permanent residency with...

How to Prevent Parental Child Abduction Overseas

It is not a secret that divorces or relationship break-ups, in most cases, are one of the most distressing positions to be in, especially where there are any children of the marriage. If the couple are nationals of different countries this can further...

How International Succession is managed in Morocco

Morocco is emerging as an increasingly sought-after destination for European and African foreign nationals aiming to establish a new domicile. This growing trend is closely tied to its privileged geographical location near Europe with obvious access to...

Police Investigation into Sexual Assault in the Metaverse - The Real Risks of Virtual Reality and how they can be Countered

The metaverse arose through various incarnations since is first was mentioned in a work of fiction in 1992, moving through various immersive virtual platforms. It is now firmly embedded in a multitude of virtual reality platforms accessed through an...

The Government's New Rules to control Migration

The Home Secretary, James Cleverly’s announcement regarding the changes to the criteria for foreign nationals’ visa applications was met with considerable consternation. Particularly in respect of the higher salary threshold for family...

Do you own a Family Business? How to protect it on Divorce

Divorce is an upsetting, often complex situation for most people. Generally, following divorce, the couple can go their separate ways having divided themmatrimonial assets and settled the arrangements for any children of the marriage. However, in the case...

The Financial Safety Net that a Consent Order provides

When The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 – the “no fault” divorce – was enacted in April 2022, it was rightly hailed as one of the most significant developments in divorce law in England and Wales. This has allowed for...

Managing the Staff Christmas Party

As the festive season approaches, HR departments are crossing their fingers in the hope that the combination of alcohol and a Christmas party does not cause any inappropriate behaviour to arise.  Employers should recognise that despite the event...

English High Court grants first UK Summary Judgment to a foreign based victim of cryptocurrency fraud

Joanna Bailey of Giambrone & Partners LLP acts on behalf of foreign-based fraud victims to expand the jurisdiction of the English Courts in transnational cryptocurrency fraud recoveries. Click here to read the Judgment  Celso De Azevedo, of...

The Reality of the Government's announcement on Curbing Net Migration

The Home Secretary, James Cleverly, announced some game-changing new rules in a five-point plan to reduce legal immigration, stating "Enough is enough …Immigration policy must be fair, legal, and sustainable."  The growing numbers...

The UK takes the Initiative in AI Development and Regulation

The accelerated speed at which Artificial Intelligence (AI) is developing worldwide will not slow down but only increase. The UK and the US both appear to want to lead the way globally with regard to AI, shaping the future of innovation, governance and...
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