Tribunal confirms no tax due on disposal of property held on trust for taxpayer's brother

Topic: Tax Take 18.07.2024 Read more

The Week That Was - 12 July 2024

Topic: Construction 12.07.2024 Read more

Take 10 - 12 July 2024

Topic: Media 12.07.2024 Read more

Cyber_Bytes Issue 65

Topic: Data and privacy 11.07.2024 Read more
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Tribunal confirms loans from remuneration trust were disguised remuneration

Topic: Tax Take 11.07.2024 Read more

FCA Review of Consumer Duty Outcomes Monitoring Across the Insurance Industry

Topic: Professional and Financial Risks 10.07.2024 Read more

UK government updates NSIA market guidance and statement on call-in powers

Topic: RPC Big Deal 10.07.2024 Read more

Crypto damages quantification: valuation at the date of breach or date of judgment?

Topic: Commercial Disputes

Published by Dan Wyatt, Partner and more.

In Southgate v. Graham [2024] EWHC 1692 (Ch), the High Court addressed an appeal from the County Court concerning inter alia the appropriate date for assessing damages in a cryptocurrency loan dispute. Initially, the County Court determined that the damages should be based on the cryptocurrency's fiat value at the breach date. Due to the volatility of the cryptocurrency, this decision would have resulted in significantly lower fiat damages award than if the valuation were based on a later date. The High Court allowed the valuation date part of the appeal, directing a further hearing to establish the appropriate date.

10.07.2024 Read more

The Work Couch: Supporting and retaining Gen Z talent (Part 1): Myths and opportunities, with Rose Sellman-Leava and Laura Verrecchia

Topic: Employment 10.07.2024

New Labour government – what is in store for the UK?

Topic: Financial Services Regulatory and Risk 09.07.2024 Read more

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