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Increase in luxury property sales shows confidence in Jersey

| June 17, 2015 | 0 Comments

A surge in high net worth individuals relocating to Jersey is having a positive effect on the island’s economy. Last year’s significant increase in luxury property sales, which totaled £90 million in comparison to the last five year average of £25m, added a welcome £4 million to the public purse and demonstrates confidence in Jersey, […]

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Overseas interest in Jersey’s property market is positive

| April 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

INTEREST from overseas investors in Jersey’s property market is a having a positive impact on the island. Collas Crill partner Martin Le Boutillier said there had been a noticeable increase in overseas interest in both residential and commercial property. In recent months, the law firm has been involved in a number of high value transactions […]

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Collas Crill makes new year promotions

| January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Collas Crill has made a number of promotions in its Guernsey, Jersey and Singapore offices, effective from 1 January 2015. In Guernsey, corporate, funds and risk and regulatory specialist Wayne Atkinson has been promoted to group partner. In Jersey, fiduciary specialist David Dorgan has been promoted to partner. Fiduciary specialist Karen Farman becomes Of Counsel, […]

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Collas Crill wills specialist is sworn in as a Jersey Solicitor

| January 7, 2015 | 0 Comments

Collas Crill’s wills and succession specialist Julie Harrigan has been sworn in as a Jersey Solicitor. She becomes the firm’s only female Jersey solicitor and, as well as being promoted to Associate at the firm, has been invited to be the local Adjunct for the Testate and Intestate Succession paper at the Institute of Law. […]

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Freshfields hire strengthens Collas Crill’s Jersey Corporate team

Freshfields hire strengthens Collas Crill’s Jersey Corporate team

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Finance and corporate lawyer Nicholas Davies has joined Collas Crill from ‘magic circle’ firm Freshfields as a group partner. Nick started with Collas Crill in Jersey on 1 December 2014, having previously been based in Freshfields’ Moscow office for four years.  Nick has also worked for other ‘magic circle’ firms Linklaters and Allen & Overy. […]

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Jersey business fined for contempt of court in landmark email database case

| November 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

A Jersey business and its agent have been fined for contempt of court in a case that resulted in a landmark ruling that employees cannot copy email databases to take with them when they leave for a new job. Christopher Inns, an ex-employee of Jersey-based recruitment agency Nautech Services Limited, and CSS Limited, which is […]

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Making steel and glass sweat for overseas investors – Collas Crill to host expert researcher at UK property seminar

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

A wave of economic recovery sweeping across the UK, combined with low levels of Grade A supply of commercial property in some parts of the country, is creating an environment for rental growth and an opportunity for international investors. And with Jersey and Guernsey fast becoming seen as the jurisdictions of choice for Asian real […]

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Collas Crill advises on Jacksons CI acquisition

| November 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Collas Crill has worked with Ravenscroft on the acquisition of the Jacksons CI group by a consortium of investors. It was recently announced that a consortium including Bailiwick Investments Limited has agreed, subject to regulatory approvals, to buy the Jacksons CI group at a price of £41.7 million. The group includes the Jacksons and Motor […]

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Family offices looking for bespoke structures to suit younger, more mobile families – what opportunities for the Channel Islands?

| October 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Family offices are increasingly looking beyond traditional trust structures towards more bespoke structures for planning offshore to suit younger and more mobile entrepreneurial families who don’t want to give up control. How the Channel Islands can take advantage of that trend is one of the subjects of next week’s Collas Crill seminar Made in CI […]

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Untapped talent: Collas Crill seminar to discuss employing people with autism

| October 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

People with autism are a pool of untapped talent for Guernsey employers. But how can businesses ensure they make the most of their talents, and what happens if employers get it wrong? Collas Crill employment law specialist Emma Parr, with Autism Guernsey’s Chief Operating Officer Andy Graham, will highlight the significant disadvantages that people with […]

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