Anti-money laundering due diligence requirements are stringent enough – there is no need for extra hoops for HNWs and their lawyers to jump through, writes Jerry Jamieson
The case of Charles Villiers raises questions about the fairness of English divorce law, writes Nicholas Fairbank
English divorce law needs an update following the introduction of the EU maintenance regulation which has made London more desirable than ever as a divorce capital, says barrister Nicholas Fairbank.
Three former Schillings advocates are combining forces for a new endeavour, writes Arun Kakar
A balance must be struck between transparency and an individual’s right to privacy, writes Anna Gaston