Post on 21 Sep 2015
The USA asks for a dozen or so defendants to be sent over from Britain to face trial every year, and it nearly always gets its man. When the “flash crash” trader Navinder Sarao appears in a London court for an extradition hearing on Friday, he does so with the odds against him. The UK courts agreed...
Finance and Investment
Post on 13 Apr 2015
Andrew Oldland QC, Head of Michelmores' Financial Services and Regulatory teams is featured in the Law Society Gazettes feature 'Internal investigations: inside jobs' You can read the full article here
Finance and Investment
Post on 17 Apr 2014
Harbour authorities face legal curbs in raising cash to cover pilots’ pension fund deficit UK COMPETENT harbour authorities have been placed in a very difficult situation by the requirement to contribute substantial sums of money as part of the Pilots’ National Pension Fund deficit-recovery plan....
Finance and Investment
Brighton marina development
Post on 18 Mar 2014
Lawyers from Michelmores' nationally recognised Marine Regulation Team have successfully obtained marine planning permission (a marine licence) for Phase 1 of the £235 million Brighton Marina Development.  The overall development includes over 800 homes, a new yacht club and RNLI building, a multi-...
Real Estate
Post on 20 Nov 2013
The region has in excess of 700 miles of coastline, resulting in a sizeable quantity of marine and coastal development opportunities. So when do you need marine planning permission (a marine licence) and what are the government's plans for the region? The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) is...
Real Estate
Post on 9 Nov 2012
Statutory Harbour Authorities must conduct themselves in accordance with the powers they are granted by statute.  If they wish to amend their existing powers and / or introduce new powers they need to do so by making an application to amend existing harbour legislation or to introduce new harbour...
Real Estate