Walkers Launches Compliance Services Offering

Walkers Compliance complements Walkers' legal, corporate and fiduciary services to deliver a one-stop-shop for clients looking to use the Cayman Islands jurisdiction for their business needs.

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Following the result in the United Kingdom's EU referendum, Walkers has created a Brexit page dedicated to providing our clients relevant information about the jurisdictions in which we practise.

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Walkers Announces 2019 Promotions

Walkers is pleased to announce that 18 attorneys across its global offices have been invited to join the partnership. In addition, 13 associates have been promoted to senior counsel.

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Chambers Insurance & Re-insurance Guide 2020: Cayman Islands

Partners Barnaby Gowrie and Lucy Frew, along with senior counsel Tony De Quintal and associate Colm Dawson have recently authored the "Cayman Islands: Law and Practice' chapter in the Chambers and Partners Global Practice Guide 2020 on Insurance & Re-insurance. 

Among other topics, the authors discuss transaction activity, alternative risk transfer, making an insurance contact, disputes and InsurTech. 

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Reproduced with permission from Chambers and Partners (published in February 2020).

Workplace Relations Commission Awards 18 Months’ Remuneration following “Disastrous” Bullying & Harassment Investigation

The recent decision of A Scheduler v An Installation Provider [2020] serves as a timely reminder that Irish-based employers will be held responsible for workplace bullying and harassment conducted by its employees and that it is vital for an employer to have an adequate Dignity at Work procedure in place.

The complainant in this investigation was awarded 18 months’ remuneration as compensation for harassment and discrimination suffered by him during his employment.


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Ireland - EBA Guidelines on Outsourcing

Ireland Update: Outsourcing – in-scope firms have been busy identifying any changes required to their outsourcing frameworks and services agreements following the entry into force of the European Banking Authority Guidelines on outsourcing arrangements in September 2019. As part of the review, considering domestic rules and key areas of priority for the Central Bank of Ireland (Central Bank) is also important. This advisory from our Regulatory team sets out some key focus areas for firms as part of their review, as well as recent messages from the Central Bank in this area.


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Walkers Contributes 4 Chapters to ICLG's Private Client Guide 2020

Walkers has provided four chapters to ICLG's Private Client Guide 2020. The guides provide expert legal commentary on key issues and covers the important developments in the most significant jurisdictions. The guide covers common issues in private client laws – including pre-entry tax planning, connection factors, taxation issues on inward investment, succession planning, trusts and foundations, immigration issues and tax treaties.



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Getting the Deal Through | Asset Recovery | Ireland 2020

Walkers (Ireland) partner Gavin Smith and of counsel William Greensmyth have provided their jurisdictional knowledge on asset recovery to Getting the Deal Through: Ireland.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Asset Recovery 2020, (published in October 2019; contributing editors: William Christopher, Fiona Simpson, Mary Young, Alun Milford and Melinka Berridge, Kingsley Napley LLP)


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