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A shrinking world: A major extradition case in New Zealand

10th November 2016

MSI's New Zealand law member Keegan Alexander reports on its recent major extradition case involving cloud storage company Megaupload.

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Australia: When will a contractor be considered an employee?

10th November 2016

It is important to know the differences between an employee and a contractor as this will affect your responsibilities, tax and super. If you incorrectly treat your employees as contractors, you risk having to pay penalties and charges. Genevieve Lakey from MSI's Melbourne law member Aitken Partners looks into the subject matter.

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USA: Can you trust your trust?

10th November 2016

Whether you are wealthy or not, a well-designed trust can make your financial planning much more successful. Trusts can ensure that your assets will go to your intended beneficiaries rather than giving unnecessarily to creditors, former spouses, estate ­taxes, long-term-care bills or other threats. Gideon Rothschild, attorney at MSI's New York law member Moses & Singer explains why.

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Brexit at its best, or Brexit Blunder? - A view from the UK

10th November 2016

In this article, MSI's Southcoast UK law member Lester Aldridge takes a look at the immediate effects of the UK’s historic vote to leave the European Union.

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