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The Barty Party – HMRC's information notice was invalid

Topic: Tax Take 09.11.2017 Read more
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Sinking and Reserve Funds – how best to save for a rainy day

Topic: Built Environment 08.11.2017 Read more
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"Cash is king"? The rise of the "tap and go" cashless society

Topic: Trainees take on business 08.11.2017 Read more
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NCL Investments - Tribunal allows deductions against trading profits in EBT case

Topic: Tax Take 06.11.2017 Read more
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Construction Act and Retention consultations published by the Government

Topic: Built Environment 02.11.2017 Read more
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From light industrial to residential – the new permitted development right

Topic: Built Environment 01.11.2017 Read more
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FCA revisits FSCS funding proposals, and abandons plans for significant changes to professional indemnity insurance requirements

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 01.11.2017 Read more
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TV formats are the real 'Minute Winner': High Court confirms TV formats can be protected as artistic works

Topic: IP

Published by Ciara Cullen, Partner and more.

In a recent judgment, the High Court has provided helpful clarification on a particularly grey area of IP law by confirming that TV formats can be protected by copyright as artistic works.

01.11.2017 Read more
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FCA allows confidential report to be scrutinised by Treasury Select Committee

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 31.10.2017 Read more
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Liability for commencement of approach voyage under voyage charters - absolute?

Topic: Shipping and International Trade

Published by Stuart Shepherd, Partner

A recent judgment of the Commercial Court examines a novel point in respect of the obligation on an owner under a voyage charter to get the vessel to the load port when the charter contains a cancelling date but no expected readiness to load date or load port ETA.

25.10.2017 Read more