19 August 2019Insight

A guide to employment law in Guernsey

Whilst the statutory regime in Guernsey is similar to that in England and Wales, the volume of statute and case law on employment legislation in Guernsey is gradually increasing. In this white paper, Alison Antill and Martin Jones take an in-depth look at local employment...

19 August 2019

A guide to employment law in Guernsey

Whilst the statutory regime in Guernsey is similar to that in England and Wales, the volume of statute and case law on employment legislation in Guernsey is gradually increasing. In this white paper, Alison Antill and Martin...

06 June 2019

Guernsey: Litigation (2nd Edition)

The Legal 500: Litigation 2nd Edition Country Comparative Guide has just been launched. Ferbrache & Farrell, which is ranked in The Legal 500, is an exclusive contributor to the guide. This country-specific Q&A...

25 March 2019

A guide to applications for liquor licences in Guernsey

When is a Liquor Licence required? The sale and supply of alcohol in Guernsey and Herm is regulated by the Liquor Licensing (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2006 (the Ordinance). It is an offence under the Ordinance for a person to sell...

24 March 2019

A guide to Guardianships in Guernsey

1. What is Guardianship? Guardianship allows a sworn Guardian control over a person’s (the Patient’s) affairs when it is deemed that the Patient is no longer capable of managing them. You can only apply for Guardianship if the...

Ferbrache & Farrell in the running for leading industry award

Ferbrache & Farrell has been shortlisted for International Boutique Law Firm of the Year in the 2019 Citywealth Magic Circle Awards. It’s the second year running that we have reached the final stage of the awards, which...

02 March 2019

Litigation and enforcement in Guernsey

A Q&A guide to dispute resolution in Guernsey. This Q&A gives a structured overview of the key practical issues concerning dispute resolution in Guernsey, including court procedures; fees and funding; interim...

10 January 2019

Family Law in Guernsey

Courts The Matrimonial Causes Division of the Royal Court ("the Royal Court") deals with matters of divorce, Judicial Separations, annulments and dissolutions, contentious Judicial Separations and applications relating to...

20 December 2018

Recovery Of Litigation Costs In Guernsey

Commercial litigation can be an extremely expensive process and the scope for recovering litigation costs should be an important consideration at each stage of the process. This briefing note considers issues relevant to the...

20 December 2018

Restoration of Companies

This briefing note considers the basis upon which companies may be struck from the Register of Guernsey Companies (the Register), what happens to any property of companies that are struck, and the steps that can be taken to...

22 November 2018

Privilege in Civil and Commercial Litigation in Guernsey

Introduction “Privilege” over documents or communications is a powerful right and ensures the confidentiality of information in specific circumstances.  The principle of privilege is well established in Guernsey.  Legal...

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