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Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance and corporate property deals – the importance of timing!

Topic: RPC Big Deal 21.05.2019 Read more
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What’s gone wrong with putting things right?

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 21.05.2019 Read more
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Novel approach to measuring damages resulting from a breach of warranty

Topic: Commercial Disputes 15.05.2019 Read more
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Atherton – discovery assessment not stale and taxpayer was careless

Topic: Tax Take 10.05.2019 Read more
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Ang(er) over jurisdiction challenge: High Court seeks to clarify whether speculative investment by a private individual is a business or consumer activity

Topic: Commercial Disputes 10.05.2019 Read more
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No exceptions to exclusionary rule: Court of Appeal confirms established principle

Topic: Commercial Disputes 10.05.2019 Read more
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"Goodwill Hunting": Latest on Cybersquatting

Topic: IP 09.05.2019 Read more
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The High Court removes its cap for litigation funders

Topic: Commercial Disputes

Published by Davina Given, Partner and more.

The High Court has declined to cap a litigation funder's liability for adverse costs at the amount of funding provided. It confirmed that the so-called Arkin cap is an approach to be considered, not a rule to be followed (Davey v Money [2019] EWHC 997 (Ch)).

03.05.2019 Read more
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Hargreaves: Even staler!

Topic: Tax Take 29.04.2019 Read more
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Government assessing business rates for warehouses

Topic: Retail Therapy

Published by Alyson Lloyd, Senior Associate and more.

The Financial Times recently reported that the Government has been assessing warehouse rents, in advance of the next revaluation for business rates.

29.04.2019 Read more