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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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Lexology PRO | Barbados, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, etc. | 15 Sep 2021

How to comply with EU economic substance requirements

Alecia Graham, group manager of risk and compliance at PROVEN Management, highlights the implications of the EU economic substance requirements for international business companies with operations in tax havens, including Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, Barbados and Bermuda.PROVEN Management manages PROVEN Investments, a private equity firm based in Jamaica.  Interview conducted by Samantha......
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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP | Jamaica | 15 Mar 2021

Jamaica Adopts Expansive Data Protection Law

Jamaica has joined other Caribbean countries in enacting its own set of data privacy laws modeled in large part on the European Union’s General Data…
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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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World Trademark Review | Bahamas, Haiti, Jamaica, etc. | 1 Jan 2021

WTR 1000: World Trademark Review’s analysis of the leading firms in Caribbean

The cultural, commercial and legal diversity of the Caribbean makes it an interesting and often challenging market in which to protect intangible…
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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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DunnCox | Jamaica | 27 Aug 2020

Covid-19 Patients and the right to vote

The Covid-19 Pandemic has plunged us into unchartered waters in many ways. No less is this made manifest than the conduct of General Elections during…
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DunnCox | Jamaica | 21 Aug 2020

Election day and the employee’s right to time off

Our Prime Minister, The Most Honourable Andrew Holness has announced that the Jamaican electorate will exercise its right to vote in general elections…
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