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DunnCox | Jamaica | 2 Jun 2019

A Legal Introduction to Jamaica’s SEZ Regime

A special economic zone (SEZ) is as a geographical demarcated area within a country’s national borders that is governed by trade and business laws

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 9 May 2019

FTC’S Power to Review Mergers and Acquisitions

Companies considering a merger with or acquisition of a competitor in their market should consider whether that transaction may run afoul of the

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 2 May 2019

FTC’s power to review Mergers & Acquisitions

Companies considering a merger with or acquisition of a competitor in their market should consider whether that transaction may run afoul of the

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 18 Apr 2019

Reduction in Death Duties May Breathe Life into Probate Practice

It is common knowledge that death and taxes are the only two certainties in life. It is also known that the obligation to pay taxes does not stop

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 14 Apr 2019

The Labour Relations Code and the IDT, Part 2: Current difficulties with the Labour Relations Code

As has been stated in Part I of this series, when appearing before the Industrial Disputes Tribunal (IDT), even when an employer has good substantive

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 15 Mar 2019

Jamaica 201920 Budget: Economic Opportunities!!!

DunnCox wants to ensure that our clients understand the possible economic opportunities that may be available arising from the 201920 budget

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 14 Mar 2019

Building for the Future: The New Building Act and National Building Code

Over the years, both man-made and natural disasters have threatened Jamaica's built environment. There was a dire need not only for a modern building

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 12 Mar 2019

Getting Ready to meet Data Protection Standards

Data has become an increasingly sensitive and protected resource in the rapidly expanding digital world of the Information Age. The European Union's

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 4 Mar 2019

The Labour Relations Code and the IDT Part 1: When is a law not a law?

The Labour Relations Code (the Code) holds one of the most interesting positions in our legal landscape. In one breath it is stated specifically to be

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DunnCox | Jamaica | 4 Feb 2019

The Foreign Company’s Introduction to Jamaican Corporate Registrations

Jamaica was recently ranked by the World Bank's "Doing Business Index" as 6 in the world for ease of starting a business. Foreign entities seeking to

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