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VAT update, August 2016

Topic: Tax Take 24.08.2016 Read more
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Life sciences, August 2016

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 11.08.2016 Read more
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Offer rejected by counter-offer - a cautionary tale

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 09.08.2016 Read more
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Product Liability Update August 2016

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 04.08.2016 Read more
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Read with "interest" - Part 36 offers

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 04.08.2016 Read more
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Tax update, August 2016

Topic: Tax Take 04.08.2016 Read more
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VAT update, July 2016

Topic: Tax Take 28.07.2016 Read more
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Follow the money

Topic: Commercial Disputes

How do you get your money back from a potential fraudster who has siphoned the money off into planes, luxury houses abroad and mysterious accounts? The English courts have a broad range of remedies available to help.

27.07.2016 Read more
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Winning the battle but losing the war

Topic: Insurance and Reinsurance 22.07.2016 Read more
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Corporate tax update, second quarter 2016

Topic: Tax Take

On 23 June 2016 the UK voted to leave the EU in an historic referendum result. A period of some political, economic and social uncertainty will undoubtedly follow (and we've already had a turbulent few weeks) but as far as corporate tax is concerned there should be no immediate consequences. It remains to be seen what happens to the planned further reduction in corporation tax to 15% as announced by the then-Chancellor George Osborne. Some initial views on the likely corporate tax consequences of Brexit are set out below. It has also been announced that Royal Assent to this year's Finance Bill is not now expected before the Autumn. In the aftermath of the referendum result, it is perhaps easy to forget that some significant changes to the UK corporate tax regime are planned. Whether all of these changes now proceed, at the pace originally intended, will become clear in due course. In this edition we therefore also highlight some of the key tax developments of interest to UK corporates from the second quarter of 2016.

19.07.2016 Read more