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Corporate Tax Update - July 2021

Topic: Tax Take 29.07.2021 Read more
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The current state of service

Topic: Commercial Disputes 29.07.2021 Read more
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V@ update - July 2021

Topic: Tax Take 29.07.2021 Read more
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Solicitors' Undertakings: will the lacuna in the law undermine the smooth and efficient transaction of legal business

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 28.07.2021 Read more
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Avonside Roofing – Tax Tribunal sets aside Schedule 36 information notice

Topic: Tax Take 28.07.2021 Read more
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The Forfeiture Moratorium has been extended – But what about the arrears?

Topic: Real Estate and Built Environment 26.07.2021 Read more
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The government responds to Cumberlege - What now for product liability risks in the life sciences sector?

Topic: Medical and Life Sciences 26.07.2021 Read more
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Rocha-Afodu v SRA – the regulator's powers over solicitors' private lives are examined again

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks

Published by Graham Reid, Partner and more.

If the boundary between a solicitor's professional and private lives were ever to be mapped, it would probably look like the coastline of Norway - infinitely complex, jagged and largely rocky. The da Rocha-Afodu v SRA decision ([2021] EWHC 1666 (Ch)) is another Divisional Court case exploring this difficult terrain, following upon that of Beckwith v SRA [2020] EWHC 3231 (Admin).

26.07.2021 Read more
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Redundancy in Hong Kong – Payments and notification obligations

Topic: Employment 23.07.2021 Read more
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Goodwill, Bad Faith and Brotherly Luv: Court of Appeal finds "special circumstances" to allow defence to Passing Off claim

Topic: IP

Published by Henry Priestley, Partner and more.

In a dispute between two half-brothers regarding the ownership of a music group name, the Court of Appeal (CoA) found "special circumstances" to permit arguments that would ordinarily be barred through estoppel.

22.07.2021 Read more