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  • 19 May 2017 Press Office

    Protecting Personal Data from Cyber-Attacks

    Faced with increasing cyber threats, businesses have been encouraged to review their cyber security and upgrade their IT systems. An effective cyber security strategy requires a legal analysis of an organisation’s whole approach to data protection - how the organisation controls the collection, use and sharing of its data....

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  • 12 May 2017 Press Office

    Drop in Offshore Insolvency Filings in 2016

    The total number of petition filings across offshore jurisdictions fell 10% in 2016 when compared to the previous year, reflecting a continued levelling off since the high-point of 2013, according to a report released today by leading offshore law firm Appleby.  ...

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  • 4 May 2017 Ashley Fife and Matthew Ebbs-Brewer

    New kid on the block Bermuda LLCs Trusts

    Like an emerging artist following a breakthrough hit, much has been made of the arrival of Bermuda’s new limited liability company (LLC) since its introduction in 2016. This new vehicle has already “gone platinum” in Bermuda’s corporate and funds space. What has perhaps been overlooked is the unique value that LLCs can provide within a trust structure....

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  • 25 April 2017 Sailaja Alla, Peter Colegate

    Protecting Personal Data: Is the Industry Prepared?

    The new Cayman Islands Data Protection Bill will regulate the future processing of all personal data in the Cayman Islands. Fund managers should take steps now to ensure that they understand their obligations, say Sailaja Alla and Peter Colegate of Appleby’s Cayman Islands office....

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  • 20 April 2017 Jeremy Walton, Jeremy Snead, Andrew Jackson

    The fall and rise of the clawback claim under Cayman Islands law

    Appleby partner Jeremy Walton, senior associate Jeremy Snead and associate Andrew Jackson discuss the future of voidable preference claims under Cayman Islands law and the implications for custodians, in light of a recent judgment from the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal....

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