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A Shift in Vicarious Liability (Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council)

Published on 01 November 2017. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

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Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council [2017] UKSC 60. A review of recent case law extending Vicarious Liability and the impact this will have on organisations and their insurers.

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Government to cover negligence claims against GPs

Published on 17 October 2017. By Dorothy Flower, Partner and Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

Government to cover negligence claims against GPs

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Government to cover negligence claims against GPs

Published on 17 October 2017. By Dorothy Flower, Partner and Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

Government to cover negligence claims against GPs

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China's Clinical Trials

Published on 10 October 2017. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

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China - an emerging market for clinical trials

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The National Health Service: Protecting Britain’s most precious asset

Published on 06 May 2015. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

With the general election now imminent, the hot topic of the NHS is being discussed more than ever before. Which party will protect it the best? Does it need to change? Read on to see!

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High Court criticises HMRC's conduct and compels it to honour its undertakings

Published on 19 February 2015. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

The published judgment in Abbey Forwarding[1] will not make for comfortable reading for HMRC.

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HMRC Dishonesty Allegation "seriously flawed"

Published on 14 January 2015. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

The First-tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) ("FTT") has ruled, in Citibank NA v Revenue and Customs Commissioners[1], that HMRC's pleadings were "seriously flawed".

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HMRC mislead appellants into believing they have a remedy in the Tribunal in contractual settlement dispute

Published on 28 November 2014. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

In Morris and another v HMRC,[1] the First-tier Tribunal (“the FTT”) has confirmed that it does not have jurisdiction to determine a dispute relating to the correct valuation of assets which were the subject of a contractual settlement with HMRC.

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HMRC lose employment status case

Published on 09 October 2014. By Kristiana Reynolds, Associate

In the recent case of EMS (Independent Accident Management Services) Limited v HMRC [2014] UKFTT 891 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) ("FTT"), found in favour of the taxpayer on the question of whether or not an employment relationship existed.

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