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    Ince Brexit Q&A Series

    12.12.2019 |Immigration , Tax, Corporate

    The UK’s decision to leave the European Union continues to create a complex and unprecedented level of uncertainty in the UK, the EU and beyond. It brings significant regulatory, financial and operational implications to individuals and businesses of all sizes.

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    Brexit Q&A: Immigration

    12.12.2019 |Immigration

    In this Brexit Q&A Marta Mendiondo provides details surrounding the topic of Immigration. This includes advice on applying for settled status, relocation and employment of EEA citizens.

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    Brexit Q&A: Corporate

    12.12.2019 |Corporate

    In this Brexit Q&A Mona Patel provides details surrounding the topic of Corporate Law. This includes Company Law, the regulation of mergers and acquisitions, and transaction documents.

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    Brexit Q&A: Tax

    12.12.2019 |Tax

    In this Brexit Q&A Huw Witty provides details surrounding the topic of Tax. This includes borrowing costs, anti-avoidance rules and whether there will be a tax upside from Brexit.

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    Brexit Q&A: Passporting

    12.12.2019 |Corporate

    In this Brexit Q&A Edward Chapman provides details surrounding the topic of Passporting. This includes the end of the current passporting regime and the risks associated with Brexit.

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    Notice of claim: provide all supporting documents or risk time bar

    09.12.2019 |Maritime

    The Court has recently upheld a majority tribunal finding that a charterparty claim was time-barred due to the Charterers’ failure to provide “all available supporting documents” required under the relevant clause.

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    Brexit and UK Immigration Considerations Going Forward

    03.12.2019 |Immigration

    At a recent event, Alan Platt and Marta Mendiondo discussed the requirements for EEA citizens to secure their rights in the UK after Brexit. They also gave some insight into the new immigration routes available after the UK’s departure from the EU.

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    BIMCO Non-Payment of Hire Clause for Time Charter Parties: Can an owner withdraw for a previous non-payment of hire?

    02.12.2019 |Maritime

    The Court has upheld the decision of a tribunal that the Owners in this case were not entitled to rely on the BIMCO Non-Payment of Hire Clause for Time Charter Parties (“BIMCO Clause”) to withdraw the vessel from a time charter for a previous non-payment of hire.

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