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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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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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JCT Design And Build 2016 Contract
JCT has published the new edition of 2016 Design and Build Contract in conjunction with the Design and Build Sub-Contract for use with it.
UK
13 Dec 2016
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Wedlake Bell Responds To Plans For A Central UK Trusts Register
The global drive for greater transparency of corporate and other legal entities continues.
UK
18 Nov 2016
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R (Miller) V Secretary Of State For Exiting The European Union
It's like the English Civil War all over again, though this time the Roundheads (Remainers) are fighting the Cavaliers (Brexiteers) through the courts rather than on the battlefields of the British countryside.
UK
17 Nov 2016
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New Anti-Money Laundering Regime
Businesses need to prepare themselves now for the implementation of the new EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive (the Directive).
UK
27 Oct 2016
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Article 50 - Royal Prerogative Or Parliament?
On 23 June 2016 the UK voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. While non-binding, the new government has said that the Brexit vote will be given effect.
UK
25 Oct 2016
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EU Proposals For A Public Register Of Trusts
Trusts in the UK have long been private structures, with information on the terms, identity of beneficiaries and trust assets only available to the settlor, trustees and certain beneficiaries.
UK
19 Aug 2016
9
How Theresa May's Vision Of Employee Representatives On UK Company Boards Might Be Realised
During Theresa May's (unexpectedly short) campaign to become leader of the Conservative Party, she expressed the need to address the issue of distrust between the electorate and corporates, suggesting...
UK
8 Aug 2016
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UK Ahead Of The Curve On Transparency
Before the Fourth EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive comes into force and shortly after the UK referendum vote, the European Commission has made a proposal to amend the directive...
UK
22 Jul 2016
11
Brexit – A Guide To What Happens Next
On 23 June 2016 the UK voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. While non-binding, the new government has said that the Brexit vote will be given effect.
UK
22 Jul 2016
12
Brexit - A Short Guide To What Happens Next
This note deals with the operation of Article 50 of The Treaty of the European Union (also known as The Lisbon Treaty)...
UK
26 Jun 2016
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Slaving Away
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 came into force in October 2015 and has wide application in the construction and property industries.
UK
29 Apr 2016
14
Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now?
In 1951, following the signature of the Treaty of Paris by France, Italy, West Germany (as was), Belguim, The Netherlands and Luxembourg, the European Coal and Steel Community was thereby created.
UK
24 Mar 2016
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Modern Slavery Act 2015 – Transparency In Supply Chains
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 ("the Act") consolidates and updates protections against human trafficking and slavery.
UK
1 Oct 2015
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July 2015: Mini-Budget
George Osborne's 2015 mini-budget made further changes to the pensions tax regime and the new DC flexibilities announced in the March 2014 Budget. The announcements were largely unsurprising and widely anticipated.
UK
10 Sep 2015
17
Make Your Voice Heard
Solicitors owe it to both clients and society to involve themselves in the law-making process, no matter how futile it seems.
UK
13 Nov 2014
18
Corporate Governance And Local Authority Investment Vehicles
Corporate governance disciplines essential in the private sector need to be factored into the governance of local authority companies and other partnerships.
UK
14 May 2014
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EU Pushes Ahead With Public Registers Of Trusts
The European Parliament voted on amendments to the draft Fourth Money Laundering Directive including the issue of public registers of trusts.
European Union
21 Mar 2014
20
Golden Visas For HNWs: The UK Position
A number of European countries offer residency schemes ("golden visas") on favourable terms to non-EU high net worth individuals to encourage investment.
UK
10 Mar 2014
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