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Pensions freedoms where are we now?

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 22.07.2016 Read more
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China’s richest man strikes deal to host new global football tournament

Topic: Sports 21.07.2016 Read more
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High Court criticises HMRC's conduct finding that it breached taxpayer's legitimate expectation

Topic: Tax Take 20.07.2016 Read more
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Price fixing online – a new competition authority warning

Topic: Tech 18.07.2016 Read more
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Failure to comply with direction leads to strike out of taxpayers' appeals

Topic: Tax Take 15.07.2016 Read more
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High Court allows claim against foreign subsidiary and English parent company to be heard in the UK

Topic: Commercial Disputes 13.07.2016 Read more
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"Mis-selling" claim fails on appeal in Hong Kong

Topic: Commercial Disputes 12.07.2016 Read more
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Tribunal finds HMRC was not entitled to issue a discovery assessment

Topic: Tax Take

Published by Adam Craggs, Partner

In Anderson v HMRC [2016] UKFTT 335 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) allowed the taxpayer's appeal and held that HMRC was not entitled to issue a discovery assessment pursuant to section 29(1) TMA, as the taxpayer had not been careless.

08.07.2016 Read more
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Time Charters corrected on underperformance

Topic: Marine and International Trade 07.07.2016 Read more
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ISPs' appeal is "blocked" 

Topic: IP

Published by Ben Mark, Legal Director and more.

In a judgment handed down today, the Court of Appeal, led by Lord Justice Kitchin, has overwhelmingly rejected the appeal by the five largest ISPs and upheld the High Court decision to grant Richemont a blocking order requiring those ISPs in the UK to prevent access to various third party websites from advertising and selling goods which infringe Richemont's trade mark rights.

06.07.2016 Read more