A breach of regulations has a potential for direct damage both to a business’s financial well-being and to its reputation.
Our lawyers assist clients with building effective internal compliance programs to reduce risk and promote business by providing candid and sound legal advice, and offering solutions that are practical and sensitive to business objectives, while keeping in mind the subtleties of these regulatory requirements.
Our team in conjunction with the litigation department team members can also assist should matter become contentious and or require Royal Court attendance.
Mason is an expert on pension law in Jersey. He also has considerable experience in trust, foundation, company law and regulatory issues.
Mason is recommended by the Legal 500 and was named as a prominent figure in the Citywealth Leaders List in 2014/15/16. Mason is an author of the ICSA Guide to Jersey Foundations, and Sweet & Maxwell’s publication “World’s Leading Financial & Trust Centres”.
Authorities are increasingly regulating and enforcing anti-competitive activities. The Channel Island Competition Authority is no different. As investigative powers and penalties become more severe, it’s becoming easier than ever to fall foul of these complex laws.
Our specialist lawyers regularly advise businesses in all areas of competition law and anti-competitive behaviour, such as anti-competitive agreements between businesses, and or market position abuse.
In an increasingly regulated environment, Jersey businesses need to manage their data in order to manage their reputational and financial risks and to avoid regulatory interventions.
With significant experience in drafting, reviewing and updating general corporate group and HR policies, we regularly work with clients in relation to the website, the internet, email use, customer data, cross-border data transfers, and data protection consents. We also advise clients on the implications of Jersey freedom of information legislation and how to mitigate risk.
Jersey AML requirements, know-your-customer (KYC) rules and reporting requirements are becoming increasingly complicated and comprehensive.
Our lawyers are experienced in dealing with both contentious and non-contentious AML issues. Whether-defending enforcement issues, evaluating your business’s existing AML policies and procedures, or assisting your business to set up and implement new programs, we’ll help you with meet regulatory approval.
Applying for a liquor license in Jersey can be a complex process, but our experienced lawyers can assist you through the process and attend Royal Court on your behalf.
Our lawyers advise and assist with all types of applications for liquor licenses including change of location, manager registration, corporate structure changes, and trade name changes.