201610.13
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Consultant Solicitors needed

Does the idea of flexible hours, a better work/life balance and retaining up to 70% of your billing sounds appealing and equity participation sounds appealing to you?  We are looking to add to our fee-sharing consultants and recruiting across all disciplines particularly, family, property, litigation and employment.  We are seeking experienced solicitors with proven track…

201401.16
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Tier 1 (Investor) Visa – Short Guide

The Immigration Rules Points Based System   “The rules governing the PBS are set out in the Immigration Rules and the appendices to those rules. These provisions have now achieved a degree of complexity which even the Byzantine Emperors would have envied.” – Lord Justice Jackson in Pokhriyal [2013] EWCA Civ 1568. As can be…

201401.16
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Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) short guide

Here at Augustine Clement we believe that all clients should be fully informed with the procedure relating to their immigration application every step of the way. We strive to provide information to our clients that is clear, concise and instructive. With this in mind we have produced the following short guide to allow clients to…

201202.02
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Potential Effects of the Reversal of the Sale of Zamtel on Foreign Direct Investment in Zambia

Zambia has undergone another wave of political change with significant implications for its economy and in particular, the investment climate. Michael Sata leader of the political party Patriotic  the presidential elections on 23rd September 2011, ousting Rupiah Banda as president and ending 20 years of political control by the Movement for Multi-Party Democracy, MMD.

201107.21
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Enforceability of Arbitration clauses in an unenforceable contract

Parties to a contract containing an arbitration clause are sometimes confronted with the dilemma of seeking to enforce or resist the enforcement of an arbitration clause where the main contract is unenforceable for one reason of the other. This article addresses this issue and seeks to give readers a brief insight into how the national courts have sought to resolve this issue.