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Welcome to our November Ewire

We like to keep you up to date with ideas and information that will help you gain the maximum advantage from working with us.

Our Ewires will be sent to you regularly to keep you in touch with the latest legal news and we hope you will find these bulletins interesting.

In this edition, we examine the world of defective products and contractual relationships, and celebrate the work done by Silverman Sherliker’s Italian Desk, headed by Dimitri Iesini and Liza Zucconi, when they recently acted for Bugatti in preparation for the launch of the brand’s London boutique.

We also consider the perils involved in buying a classic car, and with the help of guest contributor and fellow-IPG member firm Klueger & Stein of Los Angeles, we consider the options that are available for structuring International Joint Ventures.

There is a guest feature from financial planners Finura that examines the changes announced by George Osborne at the Conservative Party Conference and how they could provide opportunities to investors and finally a look at why it pays to be savvy in the London residential property market.

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Defective products advising the manufacturer

Product recalls are always a challenging issue, and when balancing the cost of the recall against the risk of damage to the brand should a faulty product result in a fatality, more than just legal issues come into play.

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Luxury Italian brand launch in London

Silverman Sherliker’s Italian Desk, headed by Dimitri Iesini and Liza Zucconi, recently acted for Bugatti in preparation for the launch of the iconic brand’s new London boutique. The launch was celebrated with a high profile party centred on the “Blue of London” theme.

Visit the party and glimpse behind the scenes at Bugatti’s London launch. You can also view a selection of photographs by clicking here.

Dimitri Iesini (dgi@silvermansherliker.co.uk) and Liza Zucconi (ljz@silvermansherliker.co.uk) advise on all areas of company and commercial law and can be contacted on +44 (0)20 7749 2700.

Guest feature – Finura

Recent changes announced by George Osborne at the Conservative Party Conference provide wide ranging opportunities to investors across the country.

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Structuring the international joint venture partnerships or corporation

Guest contributor and fellow-IPG member firm Klueger & Stein, of Los Angeles, explores the options for structuring International Joint Ventures (IJVs).

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Classic cars: buyer beware applies in a number of respects

A recent sale through Bonham’s auction house of a classic Ferrari highlights a problem facing purchasers, namely potential uncertainties with regard to title and third party interests.

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It pays to be savvy in the London residential property market

The market is likely to remain sluggish until the election, but, once the uncertainty over a mansion tax has dissipated, it is likely to snap back with prices rising rapidly.

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What’s on your Mind?

Is there any particular topic or area of law (business, private client or family matters) that you would like to see us focus on in a future edition of Ewire?

Please contact the Editor, Robert MacGinn, with your requests and suggestions on: rm@silvermansherliker.co.uk.

 

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