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Letters of Credit under commodity contracts – keep the focus

Topic: Shipping and International Trade 17.08.2018 Read more
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Dr Bawa-Garba wins appeal against strike off

Topic: Medical and Life Sciences 17.08.2018 Read more
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Has Instagram made it cool to be sensible?

Topic: Trainees take on business 15.08.2018 Read more
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A variation on a theme of settlement

Topic: Commercial Disputes 14.08.2018 Read more
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Update: Automated and Electric Vehicles Act 2018

Topic: Retail Therapy 10.08.2018 Read more
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Trustees of defined benefit schemes – are they on the hook for pension transfers? Yes says the Pension Ombudsman

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 09.08.2018 Read more
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General liability newsletter July 2018

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 09.08.2018 Read more
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Bradshaw – Tribunal confirms ignorance of the law is a reasonable excuse and cancels  penalties

Topic: Tax Take

Published by Michelle Sloane, Senior Associate

In A and R Bradshaw v HMRC [2018] UKFTT 0368 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has held that a taxpayer's ignorance of the law is a reasonable excuse in relation to the late filing of a non-resident CGT return (NRCGT return).

09.08.2018 Read more
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EIOPA Report on Cyber Insurance raises awareness and understanding of cyber risk in the European market

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 08.08.2018 Read more
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Shaw: Tribunal cancels penalties … again!

Topic: Tax Take

Published by Constantine Christofi, Associate

In Shaw v HMRC [2018] UKFTT 0381 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has cancelled late filing penalties because HMRC had not satisfied the statutory requirements of section 8(1), Taxes Management Act 1970 (TMA) as a notice to file had not been validly served on the appellant.

06.08.2018 Read more