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Kingsley Napley


New immigration changes implemented from 1 July 2017

Australia - July 12 2017 Changes to immigration laws have now taken effect. These include the following: Police clearance requirement - All 457 visa applicants are required

The challenges in obtaining the UK Tier 1 entrepreneur visa and staying compliant with the rules

United Kingdom - March 10 2015 "Britain is open for business" - a campaign driven by many successive UK governments attracting talented entrepreneurs worldwide to set up or invest

The Impact of Fake News: Economy - part 1

Global - July 14 2017 The TimesKingsley Napley Student Advocacy Competition 2017 launched on 18 May 2017. The title this year is: 'Do we need new laws to combat fake news

Requesting medical records after a death where do I start?

United Kingdom - August 12 2013 Losing a loved one is devastating enough. When this occurs in the context of concern about poor medical care, it can be even more upsetting. The

PEPs and anti-money laundering: The FCA issues guidance

United Kingdom - July 12 2017 The EU’s Fourth Money Laundering Directive, implemented in the UK by the Money Laundering Regulations 2017 (MLR 2017), introduced a risk-based

Privilege, Confidentiality and the Challenge of Modern Technology

Singapore, United Kingdom - July 24 2017 The question of when, and in what circumstances, a document capable of enjoying the protection of legal professional privilege will be said to have

Protecting vulnerable will makers - will the Law Commission review go far enough?

United Kingdom - July 24 2017 Earlier this month the Law Commission published its Consultation Paper on ‘Making A Will’. The consultation seeks feedback from the public and

The European Investigation Order - belatedly in force

European Union, United Kingdom - July 24 2017 The European Investigation Order (EIO) scheme will come into force in the UK on 31 July 2017. It will be done by way of secondary legislation (SI No

Reports call for higher standards of disclosure in criminal proceedings

United Kingdom - July 20 2017 On 18 July 2017 Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC), the body that independently assesses and reports on the efficiency and

Brexit - Divorced but still family

European Union, United Kingdom - July 18 2017 Last month, we attended the Brexit conference organised by the International Association of Family Lawyers (IAFL) and Resolution: “Does Brexit really