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The Government's 'Providing A Cross-Border Civil Judicial Cooperation Framework – A Future Partnership' Paper – The UK's Departure From The EU And The Impact On Family Law In The UK
The government has recently published its "Providing a cross-border civil judicial cooperation framework – a future partnership" paper.
UK
12 Sep 2017
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The Case Of Tobias V Tobias [2017] - Freezing Injunctions, Without Notice Orders And Applications To The Out-Of-Hours Judge
On 29 June 2017, a Judgment was given in the case of Tobias v Tobias ([2017] EWFC 46) which gave guidance in relation to freezing injunctions...
UK
12 Sep 2017
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In Counsel Update - Winter 2017
In this update we will outline the most recent legal developments affecting your business, in particular, the Government's Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform...
UK
17 Feb 2017
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Do Funds In A Joint Account Pass Automatically To The Survivor?
Jessica Cousins, Solicitor in the Private Client team answers a readers question in Choice Magazine published on 1 February 2017.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Fingers Crossed: Is The Shape Of The KIT-KAT Bar Registrable As A Trade Mark?
It has long been possible to seek the registration of (inter alia) "the shape of goods or of their packaging" as a trade mark both in the UK and in the rest of the European Union.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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The Future Direction Of Corporate Governance – "Something Must Be Done"
We live in a time of transition. Old assumptions and alliances are being challenged. Calm, reasoned, rational debate is lost in the cacophony.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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The Implied Duty Of Good Faith In Commercial Contracts And Its Impact On Deferred Consideration Clauses In Corporate Sale And Purchase Agreements
Jurisdictions around the world (including in the United States, France, Germany and Holland) generally recognise, to some extent, the principle that contracting parties...
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Moving On And Ending The Relationship
Often HR professionals and those in management roles are lumbered with dealing with property matters for the business. Below is the first of three articles to give you a better understanding...
UK
15 Feb 2017
9
FCA Review Of Crowdfunding Rules
The Financial Conduct Authority FCA has published the interim feedback to the call for input to the post-implementation review of the FCA's crowdfunding rules (FS16/13) (the Interim Feedback Report)...
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Yet Another Shareholder Spring Ahead – Impact Of The Shareholder Rights Directive On Shareholders In Listed EU Companies
The legislative process to amend the Shareholder Rights Directive (2007/36/EC) (the Directive) is finally drawing to a close: it has been in progress formally and informally for almost five years.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Application Of The Duomatic Principle
In the recent case of Randhawa & Ors v Turpin & Anor, the High Court analysed the question whether, under the Duomatic principle, a company's articles of association...
UK
15 Feb 2017
12
A 'Fatherhood Penalty'?: UK Inquiry Asks Whether Fathers Are Being Failed In The Workplace
A report recently published by the work-life charity Working Families and Bright Horizons has found that UK workplaces are failing to support fathers' wishes to take an active role in raising their children.
UK
10 Feb 2017
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Landlords Must Assume Tax Relief Changes Will Come Into Force In April
Currently, buy-to-let landlords can deduct their finance costs, including mortgage interest, from their rental profits before calculating their taxable income.
UK
26 Jan 2017
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Thought For The Year: From A Binary To A Non-Binary World - Social Progress, But Legal Challenge?
Two very important issues that will continue to play out during 2017 and beyond are; the "workers" rights debate and how to make transgender people feel welcome.
UK
16 Jan 2017
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Immigration Roundup
Starting from April of this year, employers who sponsor overseas workers in the UK with a Tier 2 status will be required to pay the Immigration Skills Charge (the ISC).
UK
16 Jan 2017
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Bureaucracy Unlikely To Stop Abuse Of Trusts
The Fourth Money Laundering Directive is more likely to provide paperwork than protection from abuse of trusts for tax evasion and terrorism says Jenny Cutts.
UK
5 Jan 2017
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What Does A Duty To Act In Good Faith Mean?
In England there is no overriding law or principal of law that we must act in good faith to one another.
UK
5 Jan 2017
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New EIA Directive – What Does It Mean For Your Developments?
For many years the benefits of setting up offshore structures were clearly defined and throughout the last 20 years the offshore funds and SPV administration industries have thrived.
UK
4 Jan 2017
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Struggling To Find New Homes Warranty Cover For Your Residential Conversion? There May Be Another Way...
The range of new homes warranty schemes currently available in the market is wide but if you are seeking cover to pass on to your purchasers for a residential conversion...
UK
3 Jan 2017
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Investing Scheme Assets In Property: The Essentials
"Safe as houses" is an axiom which resonates across cultures, and has an impact on pension investment. Although SIPPS can't invest in residential property, UK commercial property is an important asset class..
UK
3 Jan 2017
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