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How can lawyers intelligently use AI?

Topic: Trainees take on business 20.10.2016 Read more

Scrapping of secondary annuity markets – a backpedalling on Pension Reforms?

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 20.10.2016 Read more
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Insurance Europe argues draft delegated acts must be consistent with IDD

Topic: Corporate Insurance and Financial Services 19.10.2016 Read more

FCA consults on the regulation of GCs

Topic: Corporate Insurance and Financial Services 18.10.2016 Read more
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Eden Consulting Services - Tribunal has no jurisdiction to consider HMRC's duty to act fairly in administering its statutory powers

Topic: Tax Take 18.10.2016 Read more
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Uncrystallised personal pensions safe from creditors

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 14.10.2016 Read more
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Enforcing the duty of responsibility against senior managers: the Regulators' view

Topic: Corporate Insurance and Financial Services 13.10.2016 Read more
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Stan Murray-Hession: Tribunal allows taxpayer's share loss relief claim

Topic: Tax Take

Published by Constantine Christofi, Associate

In Stan Murray-Hession v HMRC [2016] UKFTT 612, the First-tier Tribunal (FTT), held that Mr Murray-Hession (the Appellant) had subscribed for shares within the meaning of section 135(2), Income Tax Act 2007 (ITA), so that share loss relief, under section 131, ITA, was available.

12.10.2016 Read more

Digital comparison tools under review

Topic: Tech 12.10.2016 Read more
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15% increase in counterfeit goods seized in 2015

Topic: IP

Published by David Cran, Partner and more.

According to the "Report on EU Customs Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights: Results at the EU Border 2015", the number of goods that were detained at the EU's external borders for suspected infringement of an IP right grew by an estimated 15% in 2015 compared with 2014.

11.10.2016 Read more