Leading law firm, MJM Limited, is pleased to announce that Bermudian, Adenike Carmichael has joined as Client Relationship Manager in the firm’s Dispute Resolution Team.
It is that time of year again when the ever popular AXA End-to-End kicks off. In its 32nd year, this year’s event promises to be a super fun and exciting event. On Saturday, 4 May 2019, participants walk, ride, row, paddle or swim their way along from one...
It is a general basic principle of company law that each company within a group of companies (even those owned and controlled by a parent or intermediate holding company) are separate legal entities. They cannot be lumped together for legal purposes, even if the holding...
Recently, Bermuda was placed on the European Union’s list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes. It is the Bermuda Government’s view that the jurisdiction is compliant with EU’s economic substance requirements by way of the Economic Substance Act 2018 and the Economic Substance Regulations 2018 passed into law last December, with all necessary amendments to address EU concerns having been completed before the decision was taken.
MJM Limited is pleased to announce that its Dispute Resolution Team is once more Ranked BAND 1, alongside only one other competitor in Bermuda, in results released today by Chambers & Partners in the Chambers Global 2019 rankings.
Chambers reported that MJM Limited is a top-tier well-established Bermudian independent firm, well regarded for its breadth and quality of expertise.
The Economic Substance Act 2018 (the “Economic Substance Act”) was tabled on 7 December 2018 and, following revisions, again on 17 December 2018.
In November 2017, the Government of Bermuda made a commitment to the Code of Conduct Group (Business Taxation) (the “COCG”) of the Council of the EU to address concerns relating to economic substance. Bermuda agreed to pass legislation to implement any appropriate changes by 31 December 2018 to avoid being put on an EU list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions.
In an important decision for Bermuda, the Court of Appeal has supported a decision of the Supreme Court made by Former Chief Justice Ian Kawaley in Ferguson et al v Attorney General in June 2018 which held that certain aspects of the Domestic Partnership Act...