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DunnCox offers a depth of expertise difficult to match in any other country of the English-speaking Caribbean. We are a full-service law firm in…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 8 Jul 2022

The advent of virtual general meetings in Jamaica

The general meeting of a company is the main forum for the shareholders to exercise their right to be informed and ask questions relating to company…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 22 Mar 2022

DunnCox, A Premier Full-Service Law Firm in Jamaica, Celebrates 80 Years

DunnCox, one of the longest established and largest full-service law firms in Jamaica and the Caribbean, is celebrating 80 years of offering client…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 22 Mar 2022

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Emile Leiba, Attorney-at-Law, and Managing Partner at DunnCox, one of Jamaica’s leading full-service law firms, is a force to be reckoned with in…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 24 Sep 2021

Not all money is created equal

In olden times people would barter. Ten coconuts could be worth one goat, or 2 loaves of bread could be fairly exchanged for a dozen eggs. The barter…
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DunnCox | United Kingdom | 5 Jul 2021

Obligations to Lend - Part II - Breaches and Prevention

Part I of this two-part article looked at when an obligation to lend arises. Examples of issues that have been debated as to whether obligations…
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DunnCox | United Kingdom | 5 Jul 2021

Obligations to Lend - Part I - When do they Arise?

The attitude towards and ability to lend money inevitably change during times of economic uncertainty. So, in these times the question as to whether…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 19 Feb 2021

NIDS, The first attempt - Why did it fail?

A comprehensive national identification system (“NIDS”) by which each Jamaican is uniquely identifiable has been lauded by many because it potentially…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 25 Jan 2021

Unmasking the anonymous wrongdoer

What happens when a potential litigant wishes to sue but cannot proceed as the identity of the wrongdoer is unknown? What if you have been defrauded…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 5 Nov 2020

Shareholder Rights: A key Corporate Asset

Starting a business is a scary prospect. Too often, images of sleepless nights and cliff-hanger Financial scenarios, not to mention the difficulty of…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 9 Sep 2020

Reforming Jamaica’s Land Titling System: Amendments to the Registration of Titles Act

Recently, two significant pieces of legislation aimed at reforming Jamaica’s land titling System were passed in Parliament, they are the Registration…
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