Tag Archives: Disputes

A paradox for George’s marbles

George Osborne, Chairman of the British Museum, said on Radio 4’s Today programme in February that he thought the dilemma could be resolved. He is reasonably optimistic the marbles could be seen in London and Athens. Whereas restitution would require …

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What to expect in the private family law sector in 2023?

In a Q&A exercise, Partner Toby Yerburgh discusses the trends in the dispute resolution sector for 2023 and what to look out for. He suggests that courts are facing increasing pressure due to under-resourcing and the need to streamline case …

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New Partner hire for Collyer Bristow’s Tax and Estate Planning team

Leading law firm, Collyer Bristow, has appointed James Austen as a Partner in the Tax and Estate Planning team. James has extensive experience acting for high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs and business owners. He has particular expertise in advising business …

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