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Dual Italian/British citizenship allows unlimited travel across Europe without a Visa

The realisation that British citizens owning a second home in Europe will have to apply for a visa after 31 December 2020 if they wish to spend longer than 90 days in every 180 days at their second home, has caused many people considerable concern. ...

How to Keep control of your Intellectual Property after Brexit

As the final days of the Brexit transition period slip away, amongst the many things that business owners must ensure they have secured before 1 January 2021is the registration of their intellectual property rights such as trademarks, designs and...

How to Apply for a Judicial Review and how to Appeal a Decision

A Judicial Review is the vehicle by which the decisions of public authorities of all descriptions (including the government) can be challenged to establish their legality and whether the principles of public law have been complied with. The current on-going...

BREXIT and the impact on British and European companies - the last mile

When Britain took the irrevocable step to leave the European Union by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty following the unexpected result of the UK referendum, it was envisaged by all parties that within the two years negotiation period, (which was...

How would your Family manage if you couldn't deal with your own Affairs?

We are living in extraordinary times and whilst most people are attempting to carry on as normally as possible, none of us knows what may be round the corner.  Many people bear responsibility for others, typically their own children but others assist...

Arrested in Spain? Outstanding Arrest Warrant? We can help

Many British people travel abroad on holiday and give little thought to the laws and the legal system of the country they are visiting, assuming that everything is probably the same as at home, particularly if they are holidaying in Europe. This can and...

The Potential Expansion of the reach of the Serious Fraud Office in the Global pursuit of White-Collar Crime

Cross-border white-collar crime can be notoriously difficult to pursue both for the law enforcement agencies as well as the organisations that suffer the impact and the losses due to criminal activities.  As cross-border commercial crime suggests,...

The Crucial Importance of Watertight Contracts in Post-Brexit Transactions

One of the main keys to sound business dealings are watertight contracts that encompass every facet of the production and supply of your services or products, anticipate all potential risks, both internal and external, and incorporate safeguards to protect...

Has a Decision made by a Public Body adversely impacted on you, your family or your Community? How to mount a Challenge

Public authorities make decisions that have an impact on the public almost on a daily basis, none more so than at the present time in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Organisations such as a local authority, the NHS, the Home Office or Government Legal...

Financial Conduct Authority -v- Insurers Business Interruption Case - The Home Run

The Supreme Court will hear the appeals of the residue of the commercial insurers that remain in the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) versus insurers (known collectively as Arch Insurance (UK) Ltd. and others) i.e. the Business Interruption case who were...
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