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What Feng Shui says about your office space

Topic: Trainees take on business 26.08.2016 Read more

Harry Potter star loses £1m battle with HMRC

Topic: Tax Take 25.08.2016 Read more
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Sponsors drop lying Lochte - the fallout from Rio 2016

Topic: Sports 24.08.2016 Read more

New Guidance on when lawyers can attend an SFO section 2 interview

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 18.08.2016 Read more
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SIPP scheme administrator avoids 'pension liberation' tax charge

Topic: Tax Take 17.08.2016 Read more
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High Court dismisses claimants' application for an independent re-review of defendants' disclosure

Topic: Commercial Disputes 16.08.2016 Read more
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Political adverts – freedom to misinform?

Topic: Trainees take on business 15.08.2016 Read more
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Supreme Court clarifies the impact of a "collateral lie" made by an assured during the claims process

Topic: Marine and International Trade

Published by Hugh Thomas, Associate

The Supreme Court has ruled that a lie told by an assured during the course of a claim presentation will not necessarily invalidate the assured's right to recover under his insurance.

12.08.2016 Read more

Technology assisted review in English civil proceedings: the exception or the norm?

Topic: Commercial Disputes 10.08.2016 Read more
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Taxpayer succeeds on penalties issue in Pendulum scheme

Topic: Tax Take

Published by Robert Waterson, Senior Associate

In a recent case the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has found that a taxpayer was not fraudulent or negligent in the completion of his tax return when relying on the advice of his professional advisors.

10.08.2016 Read more